On the Other Side of the Rubicon

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I’ve known that I was going to die young since I was eighteen. After being diagnosed with a collection of rare autoimmune diseases in my late teens that continued to relapse aggressively every couple of months, it was only a matter of time until one caught up with me. There was no part of me that expected to reach my twenty-first…

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