Ellora Amrit is a cancer survivor who just won a writing contest sponsored by the Gilda's Club in Louisville on Friday January 9, 2015 in Lexington, Ky. Photo by Mark Cornelison | Staff
Ellora Amrit is a cancer survivor who just won a writing contest sponsored by the Gilda's Club in Louisville on Friday January 9, 2015 in Lexington, Ky. Photo by Mark Cornelison | Staff Herald-Leader
Ellora Amrit is a cancer survivor who just won a writing contest sponsored by the Gilda's Club in Louisville on Friday January 9, 2015 in Lexington, Ky. Photo by Mark Cornelison | Staff Herald-Leader

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