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Cherie Rineker was diagnosed with cancer in 2012. After six months of every possible test, terrible bone pain, and anemia so severe that she could barely make it up the stairs to her apartment, this former triathlete and health nut found out she was in the last stage of multiple myeloma, an incurable, yet treatable cancer. Today, almost four years later, she is still battling the cancer, but that has not stopped her from bringing awareness to doctors and people all around the world. She has recently made the pledge to have $1,000,000 go toward multiple myeloma research. In order to do so she will need to sell one million copies of her book, A Pilgrimage Without End: How Cancer Healed My Broken Heart, something she believes is easily doable as word gets out! Be sure to share this story of courage, perseverance, strength and hope.