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I am not in charge in Cancerland

Oddly, I can live with that.

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I really thought cancer and I had come to an understanding. Jeanne is having her last radiation treatment tomorrow, and the whole intervention has gone spectacularly. There is not even a trace of cancer in her breast, and the odds of it reoccurring are miniscule.

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Jean Elizabeth Glass

Jean Elizabeth Glass

I write things. A lot. I love to travel. I edit and create content. Need help with words? I can help. jean@wordsmithweb.com

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