Olympic Gymnast, Shannon Miller, Ovarian-Cancer Survivor, Tackles Coronavirus Quarantine: ‘No Tears (At Least Not From the Kids!) Thank You, Teachers!’

Published Mar 27, 2020

Olympic Gymnast, Shannon Miller, Ovarian-Cancer Survivor, Tackles Coronavirus Quarantine: ‘No Tears (At Least Not From the Kids!) Thank You, Teachers!’

After cancer surgery and chemotherapy, she learned to set small daily goals, Miller told us in an interview. Now, she's applying her goal-setting skills to life under quarantine.

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