"We’ve always been straightforward and honest," Lum said during an extensive interview in June. The kids "get the facts and the truth and it’s not 'Mommy has a tummy ache.' No, 'Mommy has cancer.' " Lum added: “I was a good parent before cancer, but cancer made me a better parent, because you don’t have time to postpone."
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