Local woman uses her cancer journey to help others

(ABC 6 News) – In 1998, Shanna (Decker) Lunasin was diagnosed with a rare, high-grade bone cancer. She went through nearly 50 weeks of chemotherapy and had her leg amputated. She would return to the hospital time and time again to mentor other children battling cancer.

In the years following her diagnosis, she started Childhood Cancer Community. A non-profit to mentor families as they battle childhood cancer.

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