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Digital Subscriptions > Quill & Quire > April 2016 > Life drawing

Life drawing

A series of comics about living with cancer was born out of a desire to communicate how the experience felt for me, writes Teva Harrison


When I was first diagnosed with Stage IV metastatic breast cancer, I didn’t want to talk about it to anybody. I grudgingly talked to doctors, but I didn’t want to go to support groups because I feared they would either be full of much older patients trying to work through death-related issues (something I wasn’t ready to consider), or young women, just finished with their treatment for an earlier stage cancer, looking at me like I was their nightmare come true.

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