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February 01, 2011



Gary: Medicine is truly miraculous in this age, and I truly hope for the best prognosis for your daughter. If you're seeking words of reflection or relativity while on this journey, I encourage you to revisit the recent entries from Christopher Hitchens over at Vanity Fair. He, too, was diagnosed this past year with cancer, and the diary of his observations and experiences is moving, funny, tart, considerate of the human condition, and worthy of a read (even if the guy is an athiest zealot). You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. W

elli and anoush

Oh, my goodness. We are holding your hand as you stay strong for your family. Our prayers are with your daughter on her powerful journey.


My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I'm from a cancer family and know the challenges that are out there but there are bright shining moments, too, that will come. God bless you.


My God, ain't it the truth? She's already been admitted to the hospital after 6 days of chemo. It's brutal.

Anonymous Commentor

Best of luck on this challenging journey. I, too, have traveled it, and I'm grateful that it was myself and not one of my daughters.

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