When roles are reversed
a prism of sunlight falls on an outstretched handIt should have been enough to help her daughter through a cancer diagnosis, but a few years after her daughter finished treatments, Dr. Diane Kashin was diagnosed with breast cancer.
 
In this blog, she writes about her experience with breast cancer, and how it feels to be the one receiving the assistance she once gave her daughter who is now six months pregnant.
 
When I look in the mirror, I see my daughter


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