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Woman gets cancer drug released early after posting video pleading for help

Darlene Gant sat in her hospital bed, barely able to lift her head. She was writing letters to her 11-year-son for his upcoming birthday, his eventual high school and college graduations and even a future marriage. "Did you always know I loved you?" she wrote in a card meant for his 12th birthday. "Of all [...]
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