Youngest American in Space Already Beat Bone Cancer

A Flash Brief from the Gingrich 360 team: 

At just 29, Hayley Arceneaux has defied the odds, beating bone cancer. Now Hayley is set to be the youngest American in space, and the first with a prosthetic body part. She will join billionaire Jared Isaacman as part of Space X’s first space flight consisting entirely of private citizens. 

Hayley is proof of the power of perseverance. Her story should undoubtedly be an inspiration for all Americans. The first civilian space flight is certain to be highrisk, but it will be an enormous step toward interplanetary travel.  

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