'Stopping to Smell the Roses' With Olympic Gymnast Shannon Miller


In this week’s episode, we spoke with the most decorated Olympic gymnast and ovarian cancer survivor Shannon Miller before CURE’s second annual Ovarian Cancer Heroes gala.

As the most decorated Olympic gymnast in American history, Shannon Miller has faced countless long days of training and a vast amount of success throughout her career. But it was a rare ovarian cancer diagnosis that stood to be a challenge and a life-altering reward for her to help others with the disease.

Now cancer free, Shannon strives to live her best each and every day, while also serving as a strong advocate for awareness and early detection of ovarian cancer.

Before speaking at CURE’s second annual Ovarian Cancer Heroes gala, Shannon sat down with us to talk about her ovarian cancer journey, how she continues to help educate women and her advice on why it is important to stop and smell the roses.

Read more about the event at curetoday.com.

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