‘Working at life’

‘Working at life’

Motorcycle accident, cancer haven’t stopped Cortez woman
Donna Pharo at the beginning of her cancer treatment.
Following her cancer treatment, Donna Pharo had to deal with the loss of her hair.
Donna Pharo poses for a recent photo.
Donna Pharo, pictured waving to the camera, participated in the local Relay for Life event with a team that included seven cancer survivors.
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‘Working at life’

Donna Pharo at the beginning of her cancer treatment.
Following her cancer treatment, Donna Pharo had to deal with the loss of her hair.
Donna Pharo poses for a recent photo.
Donna Pharo, pictured waving to the camera, participated in the local Relay for Life event with a team that included seven cancer survivors.
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