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Photographer Charlotte Abramow records her fatherís recovery after cancer treatment

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Charlotte Abramow, 23, who lives in Paris but is from Belgium has been documenting her elderly 84-year-old father Maurice since he was first diagnosed with cardia cancer in 2011.
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