The Weekly: Life under COVID-19, postponed treatments and more

Published on April 24, 2020

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How Cancer Prepared Me for Life Under Coronavirus

How Cancer Prepared Me for Life Under Coronavirus

TUESDAY, April 21 (The New York Times)—A deep breath is in order. A huge, collective inhale. If you have ever had one of those diagnoses that make you sit upright and reappraise everything, you will know what I mean. You will be attuned to this coronavirus moment. I had such a diagnosis nearly three years ago. I staggered from the doctor’s office and immediately began to tally the things I wanted to do just one more time.

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