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When Stella Abbott receives a diagnosis of terminal cancer, she decides she will not go gentle into that good night and throws caution to the wind by living like there is no tomorrow. Unfortunately, that decision comes back to bite her when her doctors inform her that her illness has miraculously been cured, leaving that good news tainted by the fact she now needs to deal with the fallout from all of the things she did when she thought she was dying.

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In her new role as patient advocate, Stella suggests Sadie try the clinical trial that worked for her; one of Diego's kids gets sick while Wes is baby-sitting; Aiden pushes his father to have a night out.
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Stella and Wes must defend their marriage to the INS; Peter and Ida decide to sell the house; Stella tries to help Aiden face reality; Elizabeth's husband is not thrilled with Stella's plan to deal with her sister's writer's block.
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Stella learns her cancer has been cured, which means she must face the consequences of living like she was dying for the past eight years.

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