Clyde and Emma Rasmussen stayed in a one-bedroom apartment at the Cancer Care Alliance House in Seattle for the first part of Clyde’s treatment. Now they’re paying almost $2,000 a month for an apartment not far from the cancer center where his recovery is monitored.
Clyde and Emma Rasmussen stayed in a one-bedroom apartment at the Cancer Care Alliance House in Seattle for the first part of Clyde’s treatment. Now they’re paying almost $2,000 a month for an apartment not far from the cancer center where his recovery is monitored. Special to the Idaho Statesman
Clyde and Emma Rasmussen stayed in a one-bedroom apartment at the Cancer Care Alliance House in Seattle for the first part of Clyde’s treatment. Now they’re paying almost $2,000 a month for an apartment not far from the cancer center where his recovery is monitored. Special to the Idaho Statesman

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