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What TBI & Non-Traumatic Brain Injury Survivors Have In Common w Kristina Kotlus

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Kristina Kotlus is the author of "I Quit: Facing Cancer with Faith, Family & Friends" (Morgan James Publishing, 2020) and the host of the "Y'all Should Be Friends" podcast. Kristina is a two-time cancer survivor—she was first diagnosed with brain cancer at age 28 and "relapsed" four years later when it had metastasized to her spine. She has a degree in Comparative Religion from George Mason University by way of Holy Cross College. Her writing has been published in numerous magazines and newspapers, as well as on her own website, PwcMoms. Kristina was recognized as Blogger of the Year in Northern Virginia, 40 Under 40 in Northern Virginia, and an Influential Woman in Prince William County, Virginia. She currently resides in Manassas, Virginia, with her husband and three children, whom she homeschools.

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