What cancer takes away (by Anne Boyer)

This is a long and aching read. It made my heart break all over again for those I have lost to cancer.

https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/04/15/what-cancer-takes-away

3 Comments

  1. gizzylaw

    I watched my mother die slowly, over a 5 year period, from ovarian cancer. Back then is was an ugly, tortuous process. I see my mother in this. My father’s journey was no better. We need to know that the option of letting it happen is an OK option for some. I do not know what I would do, either. But I know I have an option. Not a happy option, but an option.

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