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Vivian Madera recently completed her last round of chemotherapy at Hahne Cancer Center and now she's cancer-free! She loves music, so she wrote two songs to thank all the nurses and doctors who work so hard to help cancer patients get better. When Vivian and her friends performed the songs, the hospital staff had such big smiles on their faces. Music really has an incredible way of uplifting people and bringing them together.

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