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I don’t know if this test will save your life

“So, will this mammogram save my life?” she asked. I thought for a few seconds … “I have no idea.” “What?” she sounded perplexed. “Well, if you have a cancer that’s aggressive enough to kill you before everything else, but not aggressive enough to have already had cells metastasize, and not so aggressive that it […]
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