Three years ago I spent the entire month of September by my daughter's side in her hospital room. From Ana's window, we watched summer fade into fall as we waited, day after day, for her to be discharged, which finally happened in early October. During her forty days in the hospital, Ana was diagnosed with an obscure, slow-growing cancer called inflammatory myofibroblastic tumor. The tumor, roughly the size of a cantaloupe, ...

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