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A Day in the Life: My Child Has Cancer

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My six year-old son Lou was almost four years cancer-free. But this past April, three tiny dots on his routine scans took my breath away…

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“We have a problem,” our oncologist said, her words both new and familiar. I was a Cancer Mom again, this time with a child whose rare form of brain cancer had spread to his spine. Despite our shock, my husband Ian and I went into Go-Mode: We did this once, we’ll do it again. But Lou and his identical twin brother, West, weren’t babies anymore. They had questions I struggled to answer, like “Why is this happening to me, and not West?”

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Emotions aside, the logistics were overwhelming. In order for Lou to safely receive the mostly in-patient treatment, we had to Read More

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