La Porte woman honored as 5-year cancer survivor

Photo courtesy of Cancer Treatment Centers of AmericaFive-year cancer survivor Lora Wolpink of La Porte (center) stands beside her commemorative tree with Bill and Annie Stephenson Hostetler, Cancer Treatment Centers of America Founding Family, during the Celebrate Life event at the hospital in Zion, Illinois.

ZION, Ill. – Survivors of cancer have many reasons to be thankful – better quality of life, more time with children and grandchildren, more time to do things they love to do.

For Lora Wolpink of La Porte, it was the chance to spend more time with her husband.

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