Cancer: Jen's Story (Video)

Cancer: Jen's Story (Video)

Espanol ButtonJen, 16, looks forward to living a normal life when her treatment for non-Hodgkin's lymphoma is over. She shares her thoughts on what it's like to have chemo, the changes she's made in her life, and the importance of friends and family.





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