Life, Interrupted: Keeping Cancer at Bay – NYTimes.com

The latest from Suleika Jaouad. Best lines:

I’ve begun to think of cancer as a junkyard dog. It may be fenced in, but it’s snarling, always trying to dig under the fence. So the tentative news was good. My bone marrow was clear, but I would have to work like hell to keep it at bay, behind the fence. One test can determine an initial diagnosis, but it’s many tests over months or years that track the progress to a cure. That means there’s always another scan down the road. The biopsy next time.

Life, Interrupted: Keeping Cancer at Bay – NYTimes.com.

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