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UNC diver Emily Grund raising awareness, funds for other young people with cancer


UNC diver Emily Grund had never heard of her cancer before, and she wants to do something about that. She is sharing her story with other student groups at Carolina to help spread the word to others and support UNC Lineberger’s AYA Cancer program, which focuses on physical, mental, and emotional needs of young adults ages 13-39 with cancer. (UNC Lineberger)

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UNC diver Emily Grund raising awareness, funds for other young people with cancer


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