Voices: Dying cancer warrior was best teacher
LOUISVILLE — I left her story unfinished.
The morning Jill Brzezinski-Conley died, I was writing about her experiences with hospice care — one of dozens of stories chronicling her journey with incurable breast cancer that I’ve written for USA TODAY and The Courier-Journal over 2½ years.
I got as far as the first two sentences.
Cancer cut short her life story. But Jill, more than anyone I’ve ever known, made the best of her 38 years, inspiring others despite pain, exhaustion and frailty. She defeated cancer, even in death, because she never let it define her or her extinguish her light. And... read more
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