Gene Wilder Was Right: Gilda Radner Didn’t Have To Die, And We Need To Talk About Why She Did
Abby Norman

This article does not explain why she “did not have to die.” The author gives not details of what the doctors could have done if they had listened to her(which by the way I agree she was barely treated, those were the days.).

In fact the statistics about ovarian cancer are still daunting. It is hard to diagnose and does mimic other conditions, nevertheless, your account gives vivid detail about those symptoms, but no information at all about what an attentive doctor might have done. I think we as aware and intelligent women have to avoid using illness and celebrity to attract readers and then disappoint.

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