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A Terminally Ill Woman Attempted Suicide, Survived, Then Found Out She’s Not Terminally Ill

Bobbing helplessly in the frigid waters off of the coast of British Columbia, Mya DeRyan, then 52, contemplated that events in her life that led her to that predicament. Months earlier — in March 2017, to be specific — Mya was diagnosed with a terminal illness. Wanting to die on her own terms, she decided to commit suicide, the Times Columnist reports. Perhaps more than any other suicide in recent memory, DeRyan prepared for her demise.
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