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BY Liz Hill

When my mom was diagnosed with metastatic melanoma, I became her main caregiver. For two years, I cared for her through several surgeries and several rounds of chemotherapy. I drove her from our home in Louisiana to MD Anderson, and stayed there with her for weeks at a time.

After my mom died, I felt lost. I kept thinking I needed to be taking Mom's temperature, giving her medicine, sitting with her, holding her hand, something...

BY Liz Hill

Living in southern Louisiana, my family learned to endure the heat, humidity and sun. But we struggled when it came to protection from its...