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Love and Loss: A Family's Struggle with Childhood Cancer

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Photojournalist Renée C. Byer spent a year with Cindy French and her son Derek, who suffered from a rare form of childhood cancer. In an interview for Ann Curry’s web series Depth of Field, the Pulitzer Prize winner uses poignant portraits to tell their story.