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Yes, you can run a half-marathon after knee and back injuries

At 47 years old and with a list of bodily injuries that reads like a medieval saga, I never thought I could finish a half-marathon.

I'm the mom of two very active young boys. I have a work schedule filled with national TV appearances, the completion of my next book and my private medical practice.

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