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By Alana Romain If you had told dad blogger Brent Almond a few years ago that he’d soon be flying to northern England to walk 84 miles along Hadrian’s Wall, he’d probably have thought you were crazy. But that’s exactly what he’s about to do, thanks to one really valuable cause, and a very special…
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His journey from cancer to wellness was one he wouldn’t trade.
After a second threat of cancer, they took their treatment into their own hands and sought a second opinion.
“I just had my testicle removed—what do I do now?”
His love for me and my children was the best medicine our family needed.
The cancer hadn’t spread, but infertility seemed like it was certain.
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Thoman Cantley beat testicular cancer and then took a giant ball across the continent to raise awareness among men.
Supporters of Mr. Tony Soto, who was arrested May 18th for attacking an off-duty cop, say he was targeted and the police report is false.
Long after losing a best friend, his memory is a reminder to breath easy.
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