Mila Goldin was an absolute force to be reckoned with; cut from the same cloth as my Great Grandmother Hana. Tough as nails.
She fought cancer for nearly 20 years and for the most part kept her diagnosis secret from her closest friends and relatives.
She did not want pity or to burden others. She felt that dealing with it, rather than dwelling or talking about it, would rob it of its power over her life.
She tried conventional methods and then alternative ones to fight the disease that took her all over the US, Europe and Mexico.
Lynch Syndrome is the genetic mutation that causes different forms of cancer, took both her life and that of her father Efim, my grandfather, whom I never got to meet.
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In Loving Memory of My Aunty M.
Felix Reznick and Family