Green tea and chemo: Baymiller’s journey with cancer includes much treatment

Kyle Baymiller talks to nurse Morgan Bowker, who attaches a tube to him at the Central Care Cancer Center. Wendy Nugent/Newton Now
By Wendy Nugent, Newton Now 4:11 a.m. The red numbers on the clock in his bedroom glow through the quiet darkness; the only sounds at this pre-dawn hour are an occasional cricket outside the window, the reassuring, rhythmic breathing of his wife asleep next to him and their dog Rosie stirring nearby. 4:12 a.m. Numbers still glowing. Shutting his eyes doesn’t help. He’s learned he

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