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X-ray imaging shows the area around Meyer's port, a device implanted in his chest so he doesn't have to be stuck with an needle every time he gets a chemo treatment. Meyer sometimes spends six or seven hours at a time at Lawrence Memorial Hospital for each chemo treatment.

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A day in the life of chemo: Positivity is medicine, too

About to start chemotherapy the other day, Michael Meyer was in a joking mood. "It's been a treat," he said, when asked how chemo has been going so far. That lighthearted spirit has helped Meyer get through a challenging time recently. By Giles Bruce


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