5 Lessons on Dealing with a Spouse with Cancer

Life is short

While my husband David did not die from his cancer, his diagnosis did introduce the stark reality of what could happen. Statistically speaking, my 55-year-old husband had a 50-50 chance of dying from his Stage IV oral cancer. That sobering statistic put everyday annoyances in perspective. In light of that, things that might previously have ignited an argument between us became inconsequential in comparison.

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