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MAGGIE JACKSON | BALANCING ACTS

Working your way through cancer

Dr. Julie Silver and her son, Alex, and daughter Emily watch Anna Rose jump rope in the driveway of their Northborough home. Silver was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2003. Her experiences with trying to work during treatment and recovery inspired her to create the Restore program for cancer patients at Spaulding-Framingham.
By Maggie Jackson
May 20, 2007

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A generation ago, cancer was a whispered death sentence, carried out in cloistered withdrawal. But now more people are living with cancer -- juggling jobs and treatments, time for love and tough life decisions. (Full article: 820 words)

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