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The dumbing down of America. A very superficial show. Anyone who thinks this is a good show does not know anything about leukemia or anyone with leukemia. Google it! Leukemia kills and to make a SITCOM out of that is so Hollywood. You don't go back to work after learning that you have leukemia. You don't "chase" life. You are admitted to the hospital and you fight, fight, fight for your life. Why didn't Hollywood pick a different illness ? I know this isn't a documentary, but seriously. Give Americans more credit... instead of just copying another country's TV show. Listen - everyone reading this - learn the true symptoms of leukemia. Because many people go for months without knowing they have it. Don't think that you can just go for days or weeks without getting to the hospital. Many people die from it not knowing they had it. If your doctor tells you what her uncle told her - get yourself to the hospital ASAP for immediate treatment. No joke.
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