The New York Times
Simone Weinsteins ordeal with cancer started in the most banal way: she was tired. She had a hard time getting up in the morning, and did not even have the energy to hang out with her friends.
But Simone was 14. Her mother thought she was just a typical teenager.
Shed say, I dont know what to do with you, said Miss Weinstein,
now a 20-year-old student at Whittier College in California, who was
finally given a diagnosis of the blood cancer called acute lymphoblastic
leukemia. She thought I was being a normal, somewhat lazy, silly
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