Seven-time Olympic medalist and cancer survivor Shannon Miller will appear on The Doctors and Katie on Wednesday, March 13 to talk about her battle with cancer and the importance of staying healthy.
It's a………? Seven time Olympic medalist, health advocate and mom, Shannon Miller, will appear on The Doctors Wednesday, March 13th, to discuss life after cancer, the importance of early detection and her bundle of joy arriving in June. During the show Shannon, her husband and son will find out the gender of their miracle baby!! Watch the segment.
Shannon Miller, America's Most Decorated Gymnast and cancer survivor, will appear on Katie Wednesday, March 13th, to talk about the importance of making our health a priority. Shannon discusses her personal battle with cancer and her work with Cycle for Survival to raise funds for rare cancer research.
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About Shannon Miller Lifestyle
The mission of Shannon Miller Lifestyle is to inform, educate, and inspire women to lead a healthy and balanced lifestyle through our products and partnerships, motivational speaking, weekly radio show, and the Shannon Miller Walk-Fit Program. The mission of SML is to help women make their health a priority. Shannon Miller Lifestyle is targeted to all women with a focus on health and wellness, fitness, and pregnancy & motherhood.
About Cycle for Survival
Cycle for Survival is the national, high energy indoor team cycling event that is owned and operated by Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC). Together with its founding partner, Equinox, Cycle for Survival raises money to fund research into rare cancers. Cycle for Survival was co-founded in 2007 by MSKCC patient Jennifer Goodman Linn and her husband, Dave Linn, to raise crucial funds for rare cancer research. Sadly, Jennifer passed away in 2011. Jen's legacy lives on through Cycle for Survival which continues to expand at record pace, propelled forward by thousands of cyclers who have joined the fight to beat rare cancers. Cycle for Survival has raised more than $28 million for rare cancer research at MSKCC, funding 53 clinical trials and research studies since 2007!