June 2, 2017
SUNDAY, May 28, 2017 (The Washington Post) — The oncologist was blunt: Stefanie Joho’s colon cancer was raging out of control and there was nothing more she could do. Flanked by her parents and sister, the 23-year-old felt something wet on her shoulder. She looked up to see her father weeping.
“I felt dead inside, utterly demoralized, ready to be done,” Joho remembers.
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