Coping with Cancer's Aftermath

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When author and visual artist Teva Harrison died of cancer at the age of 42, it left a hole in the hearts of friends and loved ones. Her final book, "Not One of These Poems Is About You," chronicles living with metastatic breast cancer, as she prepared to leave those loved ones behind. Her husband, David Leonard, lived that story at her side, and now he is not only tending to the legacy that she left, but also contending with what that loss means for him. Leonard, the senior director of 6 Degrees at the Institute for Canadian Citizenship, talks about his experiences.

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