The Guardian

The Guardian 19 Dec 2019

Dying young: 'It's not what you think'

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Joe is 34 and is facing his own death. He was given a terminal cancer diagnosis and has already lived longer than doctors predicted. He tells Leah how dying was nothing like he had anticipated, and he and his friends discuss the impact this unexpected turn has had on how they view life


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