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Episode #22 Tabitha Cavanagh -The Connector Beat Cancer

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Woman in their 30's are not supposed to get stage 3 colon cancer.  Tabitha took it and beat it through a bad ass mindset that was filled with connection and faith. 

As if cancer was not enough Tabitha was laid off while pregnant and again after a double mastectomy. Life has not always been easy but with a wonderful attitude and a passion for connecting people together has helped her defy death and devastating events.

Tabitha now advocates for others who fight and or have lost the fight to this horrible disease. Listen in to Tabitha's everyday people big story. 

Onward and up!

Greg 

The HR Dad

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