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3. I got an e-mail from Heather, a mesothelioma survivor. Her story and ability to turn a death sentence into a new way of life is so inspiring. Read up:
"When I was diagnosed, I had just given birth to my little girl and was told I had 15 months to live. After undergoing a risky surgery, which required the removal of my left lung, I beat the odds and created Lung Leavin’ Day as a way to commemorate this day that changed my life forever.
While the anniversary has already passed this year, it's a great message to share and keep in mind. It's actually been part of my training mantra already: Never let your fear decide your fate.