A year ago, after a course of radiation and chemotherapy, Yevgenia Mikhailovna Lisenko lay in bed, awaiting death.
She had metastasizing tumors in her lung, spine, and left leg. Stage four. The prognosis was poor. She had no strength. Her legs didn’t work. The pain made her want to climb the wall. Doing nothing increased her suffering. Racing thoughts gave her no peace. In the present there was only pain, and the future was blank.
What helped Yevgenia escape her despair?
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