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I Was Ghosted By My Friends When I Got Cancer

By Sarah Graham — 2020

You not calling, as a friend, can actually compound the grief and loss they are feeling. Just pick up the phone, even if you get it wrong, just have a conversation and do your best. Your friend with cancer is still the same person they were before.

Read on www.refinery29.com

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