Cancer in Quarantine Diaries: Perspectives

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Having cancer during quarantine is a surreal experience. It’s surreal having cancer when there was no genetic predisposition for it. It’s even more surreal having it in the middle of a pandemic. We wanted to shield our kids (ages 14, 11, 9, and 5) from the hardships of chemotherapy treatments and…

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Writer. Wife. Mom. Runner. Crocheter. Cancer patient in a pandemic.

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Heather Jauquet

Heather Jauquet

Writer. Wife. Mom. Runner. Crocheter. Cancer patient in a pandemic.

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