What TO say to a woman who has incurable CANCER

November 2014
Daily Mail;11/25/2014, p26
AS I WALKED through the hairdressing salon, the room was eerily quiet — except for the whirring hum of hairdryers. The regular stylists with whom I had bantered regularly as a loyal customer for 16 years were all there, cutting and primping customers' hair.


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