Same Kind of Different as Me: A Modern-Day Slave, an International Art Dealer, and the Unlikely Woman Who Bound Them Tog… - Chapter 29 to 34 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 29 through 34 describe the period when Deborah is first diagnosed with cancer. Ron and Deborah have coffee in the kitchen April 1, 1999 before her routine annual physical exam and Ron has lunch plans with Regan their daughter. Regan studies art history but does not like the art business and is discussing it with Ron when Deborah calls on his cell phone. Her physician Craig Dearden finds something in her abdomen. She asks Ron to meet her at the hospital for more tests. When Ron arrives he finds Deborah, the Davenports and Doctor John Burk. Deborah has an X-ray and CAT scan and is scheduled for a colonoscopy the next morning to analyze shadows on her liver. At home that night she admits her fear to Ron and they pray together. Denver finds out about Miss Debbie from Miss Mary Ellen when she appears for...

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