In Episode 2 of Death, Grief & Other Sh*t We Don't Discuss, Kyle McMahon tells the story of his family receiving the news that his Mom's pancreatic cancer had become terminal, what that meant for their family and how they handled it.
Then, Kyle talks with Dr Gregory Masters, a medical oncologist at the Helen F. Graham Cancer Center & Research Institute at ChristianaCare, about what an oncologist does, how he is able to do it every day, advice on what to do when given a terminal diagnosis and more.
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