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    Need A Health Hero?
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    Emma_WebMD_Staff posted:
    Who is your health hero? Each year, WebMD the Magazine honors four Americans who have an extraordinary, true-life health story to tell. Past winners faced a serious health challenge, then gave back to others in an inspiring way. Do you know someone like this? Who is a candidate? Patients, doctors, nurses, and family members who met a medical diagnosis or condition with courage, underwent or gave treatment, and then helped others in similar situations will be given top consideration. To make a nomination, write up a brief summary of his or her true story and submit to us no later than Friday, August 14, 2009. Read about our past Health Heroes winners make a nomination. We look forward to reading about your candidates!
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