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I was very sad to learn that John Ptak the husband of my friend Patti Digh, has been struck with cancer. Patti’s response to this, as to so many of the curve balls life throws her, has been extraordinary.

As John is uninsured in the American healthcare system, they have set up a fundraising page to help cover the horrendous costs. At least it gave me a practical way to try to help.

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