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DAVID AND KATE TREADWAY | G Force

Out of the darkness

David and Kate Treadway have written a book with their two adult sons about their lives after David received a life-threatening cancer diagnosis. David and Kate Treadway have written a book with their two adult sons about their lives after David received a life-threatening cancer diagnosis. (Bill Greene/Globe Staff)
April 26, 2010

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In 2005, psychologist David Treadway was diagnosed with advanced non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and told he would most likely die within a year. He reacted with horror, humor, detachment, and many other emotions. His wife, Kate, battled fear borne of her medical knowledge — she’s a family practitioner at Massachusetts General Hospital — and the recollection of her own father’s death when ... (Full article: 526 words)

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