Presented by Ray Suarez

Join Journalist Ray Suarez for a guided tour of his cancer diagnosis and treatment, as well as the lessons he’s learned along the way.

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Getting Alterations

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In this episode, after a lifetime of staying out of hospitals as a patient, my streak ends. I've got a tag around my wrist, it's finally my turn. I'm getting alterations. And everybody knows what they have to do. The patient is in trouble, and at least for now, we have to tiptoe around that.

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