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Survivor : She showed me, now she can show you

Survivor : She showed me, not she can show you Roslyn Franken is a proud young adult cancer survivor who knows the power of emotional resilience in the face of change, challenge and adversity. She was born to a mother who survived the concentration camps in Nazi Germany and a father who survived the atomic bomb in Nagasaki, Japan, as a prisoner of war. When diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma cancer at the young of age 29, Roslyn quickly learned she inherited her parents' "NEVER GIVE UP" attitude as she herself fought back to become a long-term survivor.
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