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Starstyle®-Be the Star You Are!®

Starstyle®-Be the Star You Are!®

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May 03rd 2007:Broadcast Title Unavailable

Heather Brittany has been on radio hiatus to focus on her communication and broadcast journalism studies at San Diego State University. She's back with her mom, Cynthia Brian, for another riveting session of brazen banter and familial fun. From mid-terms to interns, Heather has the scoop on how to survive college and the real world. Heather Summerhayes was six when her four year old sister Pam was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis and given six months to live. "Sixtyfive Roses" was the way Pam pronounced the disease that forever afterward altered the lives of her siblings and parents, who in

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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2206/starstyle-be-the-star-you-are 23/11/2017 04:00 23/11/2017 05:00 Starstyle®-Be the Star You Are!® https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2206/starstyle-be-the-star-you-are Heather Brittany has been on radio hiatus to focus on her communication and broadcast journalism studies at San Diego State University. She's back with her mom, Cynthia Brian, for another riveting session of brazen banter and familial fun. From mid-terms to interns, Heather has the scoop on how to survive college and the real world. Heather Summerhayes was six when her four year old sister Pam was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis and given six months to live. "Sixtyfive Roses" was the way Pam pronounced the disease that forever afterward altered the lives of her siblings and parents, who in turn helped alter the community’s response to the disease by founding the Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. With the help of the Foundation, research, and new treatments the fight to save Pam’s life lasted for years, ending with her death at the age of 26. This memoir offers a compassionate yet unflinching eyewitness account of the hope, pain, and courage of a family in crisis as it falls apart VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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