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May 10, 2021

Why is processing cancer (or anything difficult) so hard? Why do we resist processing the big things in life straight away? 

Rhonda and Clayton explore their tentativeness to process the incurable cancer diagnosis and why.  What stage of ‘grief’ are they in? 

They also talk about living with the decision of stopping certain treatments to allow different treatments to happen – and the consequences of those decisions (both good and bad).  And what control do cancer patients really have? 

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