As a Leukemia survivor, I watched the whole program and got chills and flashbacks of my treatments when she was going thru her painful treatments. But I think that this was a film that was long overdue. Most of the US population without a family member that is going thru this kind of radical treatments have no idea the pain and suffering that a patient of this and all cancer treatments goes thru. All they see if they visit a friend who is going thru this treatment is the five minutes of visit when they make small talk and leave. All who are negative of this film need to visit a patient and stay longer, and see the after effects of all the chemo/radical treatments and listen to the patients real feelings when they are puking, losing their hair, crying out in pain and just feeling like they are being punished for whatever reason. You can't try to judge until you or one of your family members or you yourself have gone through this miserable disease.
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