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01:43 PM on 08/09/2012
Sad yet beautiful story. What a beautiful, strong, brave, upbeat girl she is. I wish her all the best....
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msd7733
01:42 PM on 08/09/2012
What this young lady has shown the world is greater than anything she could have hanging around her neck. God bless this young lady!
01:16 PM on 08/09/2012
There aren't enough medals at the Olympics to hang around your neck Morgan. You are a beautiful and courageous young lady.
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12:43 PM on 08/09/2012
Inspiring story, BUT, there was no way this girl was ever going to make it to the Olympics. She was a level 8 at age 13.
12:53 PM on 08/09/2012
Wow...way to throw another negative into her life. You should write greeting cards.
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Dan Covey
01:22 PM on 08/09/2012
Now why would one want to say something negative like this? We should all be thankful for this young lady. Lord have mercy on you.
12:28 PM on 08/09/2012
This type of story is exactly why I've been a Partner In Hope with St. Judes for almost 20 years now, and will continue to be for the next 20 years or longer. These kids inspire me to always try to be a better person.
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williamabn
I Doubt , Therefore I might be
01:59 PM on 08/09/2012
My son Danny was diagnosed with Lymphatic Lymphoma , a very aggressive form of cancer and at the time a low survival rate . When you here of someone "fighting " cancer , its true because I watched a 4 year old do just that . Radiation , Chemo other drugs and weekly spinal taps . That little vomiting , now bald headed baby would give a inch . It was me that was the mess . Danny is now 26 and considered cured . My heart go's out to all those fighting and to all the care givers .
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Savannah5
Happiness and Peace
02:55 PM on 08/09/2012
So glad to hear that Danny is doing fine.
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Savannah5
Happiness and Peace
02:53 PM on 08/09/2012
You are a good person, smb63.
03:43 PM on 08/09/2012
Thank you. We lost a God son to Lymphatic Lymphoma at the age of 2 back in the spring of 1993, it took him in less than 6 months. I started donating that year in his name. I do it for the kids and their families and for what I know they go through. I pray every day that I never have to attend another child's funeral.
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petpetdonna
12:27 PM on 08/09/2012
All of them are spoiled, pampered, little divas.
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danny331
It was the pleasure of my life...
12:44 PM on 08/09/2012
As they should be.
01:44 PM on 08/09/2012
Really? Working out all day, going to school, little social life, family sacrifices, emotional ups and downs of competition at the highest level. Spoiled and pampered divas?? I think not. They deserve everything they EARNED, in all sports at all levels. They are our best and are appreciated.
01:57 PM on 08/09/2012
Agreed, You are so right!!
12:26 PM on 08/09/2012
Tremendous story. So glad for her.
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dmoongo
The Purpurescent Pimpernel
12:21 PM on 08/09/2012
She's a winner in my eyes, gold medal or not. All the best to her.
12:20 PM on 08/09/2012
Overcoming BIG obstacles in our lives is by no means easy. The determination that Morgan displayed is nothing short of miraculous and she deserves as many accolades as any athlete who has ever won a Gold Medal in the Olympic Games...A great story that should be shared with the world.
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GlynisSakowicz
jumps to conclusions, leaps onto the horns of pass
12:19 PM on 08/09/2012
My sister died of that disease only a few years ago, so glad to hear that there are survivors now, and what an amazing survivor she is as well.
You go girl...what are the Olympics compared to teaching us all a thing or two about the strength of spirit you have?
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Karin Kamp
11:48 AM on 08/09/2012
Thank you for sharing this inspiring story.