Thomas Hartle, wearing a red T-shirt that reads ‘failure is not an option’, sits patiently in front of his computer, waiting to be interviewed on a chilly October morning. During a pandemic, when so much of our lives have moved to virtual worlds, time and distance have become the least of our concerns. While I fix glitches for the online session, sitting in a different timezone, Hartle smiles from the other end and says, “Take it slow. I have all the time in the world. That’s the positive side of being a cancer patient.”

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