Cancer survivor and TV personality Joan Lunden talks to participants at the start of the Dempsey Challenge Positive Tracks 10K run in October.
Cancer survivor and TV personality Joan Lunden talks to participants at the start of the Dempsey Challenge Positive Tracks 10K run in October. Casey B. Gibson TNS
Cancer survivor and TV personality Joan Lunden talks to participants at the start of the Dempsey Challenge Positive Tracks 10K run in October. Casey B. Gibson TNS

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March 28, 2016 11:08 PM

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