Partial article from TIME Magazine
Robinson was diagnosed with angiosarcoma, a rare form of the cancer that often starts in the blood before spreading to other organs. Her cancer had infiltrated her liver, but the five rounds of Doxil she received before stores ran out had kept the growth in check. Her doctors were hoping to stall the cancer and make Robinson eligible for surgery to remove the biggest masses. And the strategy was working; she had not experienced too many side effects and felt strong enough during her chemo regimen to continue working full time as a historical interpreter in Massachusetts’ Old Sturbridge Village.