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Acclaimed Aboriginal Singer's Story

Hearing loss that started out as an aggravation for acclaimed Aboriginal singer Rhonda Head, eventually revealed something unexpected: a large non-malignant brain tumour. Today, Rhonda manages the repercussions of the disease, which left her with partial paralysis and deafness in her right ear – a significant challenge for someone who relies on hearing to perform. That’s why she takes part in the Winnipeg Spring Sprint – to ensure others can find the support and services they need.

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"Still teaching in some ways"

A high school teacher for 19 years, Lesley-Ann Senior is, “still teaching in some ways” after her six craniotomies. Lesley-Ann was...

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"Support programs are so important"

At the young age of 15, Justine was shocked to learn she had a large mass on her brain, causing her to behave and act in ways not...

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