U.S. Olympic Ice Dancer, Maia Shiboutani After Kidney Cancer Surgery: ‘It’s Okay to Be Vulnerable and Ask For Help’

Published Mar 6, 2020

U.S. Olympic Ice Dancer, Maia Shiboutani After Kidney Cancer Surgery: ‘It’s Okay to Be Vulnerable and Ask For Help’

For the ice-dance champion, 23, recovery from cancer surgery means embracing a new normal: "These days, I am appreciating every second."

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