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Cancer Survivor Now Singing Songs Of Hope

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Updated: 5/02/2012 6:19 pm
Charlie Lustman is a survivor of OsteoSarcoma cancer in the upper jaw.

One in 400 million get diagnosed with this form of cancer each year.

Lustman now has a prosthetic jaw, and has a remarkable story to tell about his cancer survival, and how he has turned his story into song.

Click on the video link in this story to see Lustman's interview with ABC 36 News, and hear some of his amazing songs that he sings around the country.

For more information about Lustman, you can also go to www.facebook.com/MusicalHopeCampaign.

You can also get information about Lustman's music and cancer survival by going to www.MadeMeNuclear.com.
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