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Making a Difference: Remembering Andrew Goodridge

Thumbnail image for goodridge.jpgA man who spent much of the last two years of his life lobbying the government to cover expensive cancer drugs died on Saturday at the age of 44. Andrew Goodridge of Lincoln was diagnosed two years ago with colorectal cancer which spread to his liver. We look back on the difference he made for cancer patients and other people facing catatrophic illness in the province.

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