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      Kevin Schaefer
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      Columnist Caz MacDonald writes about trying to let go of reminders of past struggles. As the health of her sons has improved, her family’s medical cabinets have gradually become smaller. For her, she sometimes struggles to let go of the hard times.

      Here’s an excerpt: “For whatever reason, the drawers remind me of old times that aren’t necessarily worthy of reminiscence. They represent what hemophilia looked like and remind me that the condition is still part of my life. That will never change.”

      Do you have any takeaways from Caz’s column?

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