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Testing a Linguist on Blood Cancer Terms

My good friend Amanda, who I met when I was a source for an article she wrote for Marie Claire joins me today as we discover and educate ourselves on blood cancer terms! Amanda and I connected instantly and formed deep bonds when it came to blood cancer, even though she is not a cancer survivor herself. Amanda is a writer for Byrdie and her first book is going to be released this Spring! I figured what better way to test her study of the English language than to see how well she can figure out terms that are always coming up in the cancer world! Enjoy!

Have you learned any new terms related to your blood cancer? Comment below!

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  • Ann Harper moderator
    8 months ago

    It looks like the two of you are enjoying yourselves.

  • Racheli Alkobey moderator author
    7 months ago

    Absolutely! This was a fun and informative video to film, for sure.

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