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Dad called these "his and hers chairs." He would sit beside Mom, his partner and wife of 34 years, as they got their weekly chemotherapy treatments. Howie Borowick had just been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, and wife Laurel was in treatment for breast cancer for the third time. For him, it was new and unknown. For her, it was business as usual, another appointment on her calendar. Nancy Borowick hide caption

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Our Last Year Together: What My Camera Captured As My Parents Died Of Cancer

Photographer Nancy Borowick captured her parents' deep love and joy in life, even as they endured treatment in their 50s for the cancers they knew would soon kill them.

Inside River #1 Akira Kosemura
So so Lovely Shigeto
Gilbert's Groove Circles Around the Sun
Praying Kesha

A survey of Medicaid beneficiaries found that overall, they're very happy with the services they get and have no problems finding doctors. Terry Vine/Getty Images hide caption

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Survey Says: Medicaid Recipients Really Like Their Coverage And Care

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Proponents of the emerging pot-for-pleasure industry want to grab a share of the nearly $2 billion tourism business in Sonoma County with events like dinners that incorporate marijuana. Courtesy of Sonoma Cannabis Company/Kristen Jeanne hide caption

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Pairing Wine And Weed: Is It A California Dream Or Nightmare?

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Broccoli The Backtrack Players
Bamboleo Guitarras Magicas
Bongolia Michael Viner's Incredible Bongo Band
Three Little Foxes Maynard Ferguson
Brunch at the Bodega Flamingoisis

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Man Who Says He Connected Trump Jr. To Russian Lawyer Put Trump Sr. In A Music Video

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The Giving Tree If These Trees Could Talk
Lullaby (feat. Soft Glas) Chargaux, Soft Glas

Isaac Hempstead Wright plays Bran Stark in the HBO adaptation of George R. R. Martin's Game of Thrones books. Some disability activists are concerned that Bran will be magically cured of his paralysis in the show's new season. Helen Sloan/HBO hide caption

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'Game Of Thrones' Finds Fans Among Disability Rights Activists, Too

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Game of Thrones (Main Theme) Flatt Lonesome
In the Midst Sir Was
Won't Be Coming Up The Dip

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Honey, They Shrunk The World: NYC Exhibition Lets You Tour A Tiny Globe

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Everything Goes Poolside

Dad called these "his and hers chairs." He would sit beside Mom, his partner and wife of 34 years, as they got their weekly chemotherapy treatments. Howie Borowick had just been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, and wife Laurel was in treatment for breast cancer for the third time. For him, it was new and unknown. For her, it was business as usual, another appointment on her calendar. Nancy Borowick hide caption

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Nancy Borowick

Our Last Year Together: What My Camera Captured As My Parents Died Of Cancer

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Up On The Roof Carole King & James Taylor
Getting Better The Beatles

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