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I was one of the lucky persons to be able to sell a home in 2010. I put the house on the market in March 2010, had a contract in June, and closed in August. It was really in record time - given the market. However, from the time I put my home on the market and closed the deal, my life had changed significantly.

Take a look around you. A lot of people are cancer survivors. Why so many? Here's the quick answer.

Many people think of cancer as a modern disease, but it's not. You might be surprised at early knowledge and early treatments, and how they've both evolved.

Watch: Karen Charlesworth is living proof of cancer survivorship. She's now becoming a patient advocate, and says her health is terrific. Meet Karen in this 2009 witf Health Smart report on a mother's journey through colon cancer.

National Minority Cancer Awareness Week Provides Opportunity to Join the Movement for a World with More Birthdays

Colo-rectal cancer is probably the most preventable cancer, because screening can find and treat pre-cancerous growths.  Even so, people continue to come in for treatment too late.

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