What are you thankful for?

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It’s tough to be grateful when you don’t feel well, or even worse, when you or someone you love is diagnosed and struggling with cancer. You’re not alone. Join other teens who are dealing — tag the wall and share your attitude of gratitude!

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Emma Emma
My grandpa has had prostate cancer for over 10 years. The cancer has spread throughout his body and is in his bones. To many this may sound like it would be one of the worst things to happen, but to my grandpa, he carries on like he's completely healthy. His positive attitude inspires me to always look at the positive side of things. Even after his long radiation treatments, he stays alert and positive. He goes with the flow which makes this whole situation easier for my whole family. My grandpa is my hero.