When you’re battling cancer, you can barely muster the energy to walk up a flight of stairs, let alone embark on a search for a whole new medical team. And yet that’s what people like me have been forced to do in western Pennsylvania, where thousands of cancer patients have been told they’d lose their access to the area’s premiere treatment facility, the Hillman Cancer Center in Pittsburgh, at the end of June.
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