Perhaps one of the most feared words in the English language, cancer’s effects spread far beyond the body containing it. With the work of organizations like the Komen Foundation, it affects politics and legislation. Moreover, a cancer diagnosis forces one to consider human mortality, the morality of some treatments and research methods (like embryonic stem cell research), the process of dying, and the thought of life after death—and where God fits into all of it.

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