Courtesy of the New York Times | By Pam Belluck | Originally Published 07.23.2015 | Posted 04.09.2018 It is an excruciating question for … More
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We all harbor the knowledge, however covertly, that we’re going to die, but when it comes to small talk, I am the angel of death. I have seen people try to swallow their own tongue after uttering the simple words “How are you?” I watch loved ones devolve into stammering good wishes and then devastating looks of pity. I can see how easily a well-meaning but ill-placed suggestion makes them want to throw themselves into oncoming traffic.
It left me wondering how commonly cancer patients are treated inappropriately because they don’t have that same access, based on tests that aren’t always accurate.
Courtesy of TheConversation.com | By Ranjana Srivastava | Photo by Michal Porebiakv| Originally Published 11.22.2011 | Posted 12.22.2017 TALKING ABOUT … More
Courtesy of NPR.org | By Nancy Shute | Photo by Gerry Broome/AP | Originally Published 03.04.2014 | Posted 12.11.2017 Cancer … More
Courtesy of Cancer.org | Posted 12.05.2017 Some people have cancer that no longer responds to treatment and must face the fact that … More
Courtesy of the Washington Post | By Amy B. Wang | Originally Published 11.22.2017 | Posted 11.24.2017 A large … More
Courtesy of TheIndependent.com | By Katie Forster | Originally Published 04.27.2017 | Posted 10.14.2017 Cancer charity says there is a … More
Courtesy of TheConversation.com | By Geoffrey Drummond | Originally Published 11.29.2011 | Published 10.04.2017 TALKING ABOUT DEATH AND DYING – We … More