Olympian Shannon Miller’s Secret For Building Courage Will Inspire Cancer Survivors Everywhere: ‘I Wasn’t Always The Most Confident’

Published Sep 8, 2020

Olympian Shannon Miller’s Secret For Building Courage Will Inspire Cancer Survivors Everywhere: ‘I Wasn’t Always The Most Confident’

Nine years after beating ovarian cancer, even Miller, one of the most decorated athletes of all time, says her courage sometimes fails her — especially before annual scans. True confidence, she says, is an inside-outside job.

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