Sugar: A Tale of Motherhood and Medicine

By Raissa Hacohen (Produced by Aaron Leeder)
Sugar is a personal narrative about becoming a first time mother, coping with illness, navigating the medical system, and spending over 4 months in the hospital. It serves as a broader commentary on motherhood, medical care, and struggle itself. Coping with a loved one's illness is certainly one of the darkest hours a family can endure. This memoir has hope and despair, highs and lows, and is surprisingly joyous for a podcast about a subject as weighty as this.
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