On court or against cancer, Hester's spirit wins out
PHILADELPHIA -- If Nicole Hester looked in any way unique during the moments before she took the floor at the Drexel Athletic Center for one of the season's first practices, it was mostly because none of her teammates on the women's basketball team had mismatched pink and gray socks peeking out from the tops of their sneakers.
I think the chemo is probably the worst, just because I was tired all the time. I didn't have the energy or strength to do anything that I thought was everyday stuff. I slept a lot, I lost my hair I just felt like a big waste.
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