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2017 Hero of Hope Patient Award Event

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    This year’s CONQUER the patient voice’s Hero of Hope™ Patient Award Event featured a superhero theme and recognized the 2017 award recipient, Melissa Marshall.
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    Melissa Marshall sang her anthem, “No You Cant’cer,” which she wrote shortly after her diagnosis.
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    To read the inspiring stories of the 2017 Hero of Hope™ finalists, click here.
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