Mandi Pratt-Chapman, MA

February 2014 Vol 5, No 1

My experience with cancer began when I was told as a teenager that my stepbrother had osteosarcoma. I was very confused. The idea of my sibling having a life-threatening illness was beyond my comprehension. We lived in rural Maine, and I did not understand why my stepdad had to repeatedly take my stepbrother to Boston for treatments. My second formative experience with cancer was just after I finished college. Only weeks into my first

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