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An in-depth spotlight series on healtheo360 members living with chronic conditions, how their lives altered, and how they took back control.

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Inspired to Live, Living to Inspire

Howard Bloom Interview Series

Glimpse into the life of world-renowned social theorist, PR Maven and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome authority, Howard Bloom. With more than 90% of Americans living with CFS, and dismissed or misdiagnosed by their families and healthcare providers, Howard Bloom shares his journey of diagnosis, adaptation and survival. Howard shares stories from his days of working with Michael Jackson to the moment CFS took-over his life, and how support from others him get proper diagnosis and saved his life.

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Yulady Saluti Interview Series

Yulady Saluti's story of family, courage, and a postive outlook frame her incredible journey. Yulady shares everything from the moment she was diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer at the age of 32, her battle with a serious colon rectal medical condition, her days as a yoga instructor, and how her family, friends and social networks helped her to stay positive and beat cancer.

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Michael Weiner Interview Series

Michael Weiner, executive director of Major League Baseball Players Association, was diagnosed with glioblastom, an agressive and inoperable grade 4 brain cancer. Michael shares everything from the moment he received the diagnosis, how it impacted his job as the executive director of Major League Baseball Players Association, and how his family, friends and spirituality helped him to stay positive and live each day to the fullest.

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Our Human Spirit

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Brian Vitale

Brian Vitale didn't just survive Hepatopulmonary Syndrome and a liver transplant but he furthered his success of survival by choosing to help others on their path to recovery. During and after Brian's recovery he recognized how fortunate he was to have been able to stay in the hotel across from the Cleveland Clinic for 143 days. Because the rehabilitation for transplant surgeries can be rigorous transplant patients can often be too weak to tr...

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Anthony Daniels

It is hard not to be inspired when hearing Anthony Daniels' story, at just 24 years old Anthony has beaten Lymphoma Cancer three times and is currently battling the illness again for the fourth time. Battling cancer just once is mentally, physically, and emotionally exhausting so one can only imagine the toll it would take on someone four times yet Anthony has stayed surprisingly positive and strong throughout the entire process. Anthony is hi...

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Mark Speckhart

At first sight, one would never have guessed that Mark Speckhart is an esophageal cancer survivor. His cancer journey is both inspirational and motivating. Mark continues to fight the good fight as a patient advocate at Memorial Sloan Kettering, changing lives and helping others through their procedures. Going through such a tough journey, alone, can be devastating. Mark does his duty by making sure these patients never feel alone, and for that w...

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Maggie Knight

As an oncology nurse at Stony Brook University Hospital, Maggie has her hands full in helping to treat leukemia and lymphoma patients undergoing bone marrow transplants. However, she noticed that some of her patients would seem rather depressed after an extended stay in the hospital and started to think up ways to help patients feel more at home and lift their spirits. Maggie then came up with the idea for a "date night", where she would put to...

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