Triathlon Competitor Danielle Mclaughlin Opens Up About Her 'Dark Time'

Triathlon competitor Danielle Mclaughlin lost her left foot when it was amputated following a recurrence of Synovial Sarcoma. Here she discusses how she overcame the tough times.

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Angela Weiss
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