The Insidiousness of Cancer

By The Time You Detect It, Only Desperate Measures Can Save You

I was 10 years old when my father was diagnosed with lymphoma. My childhood is scarred by the memories of watching him - my hero and role model — slowly wither under its terrible grip.

The problem with cancer, as any oncologist and any cancer victim can attest, is that it’s hard to detect before it’s too late. Its onset is insidious, its progression ter…

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