The 66-year-old, Michael Douglas, said his brush with death has made him more appreciative of his “incredible” Welsh wife Catherine Zeta-Jones. “She’s doing fine. She’s been back working on her movie in Louisiana and she’s feeling great. Catherine’s a very strong woman and she’s had a lot to deal with. She was so supportive and caring of me that she couldn’t tell me or anyone else she was having a tough time herself. She’s not the type of person to complain she’s depressed when her husband is fighting cancer.”
Oscar-winner Douglas, who completed chemotherapy for throat cancer last November, said he was feeling “good” after the troubles of recent years.

He told Britain’s OK! magazine: “They saw me getting radiation treatment and they thought it was like Star Wars. They thought it was the coolest thing they’ve ever seen with all the machines and the masks they put on your face. So in that way, I think you take the fear out of it. To be honest, kids are pretty resilient.”

Douglas has praised his wife for all her strength and support during his illness, explaining that she understands him better than anyone.

He said: “I’m the kind of man who has always needed to spend a certain amount of time by myself, and Catherine’s understood that about me.

“I think dealing with cancer has broken down this last wall.

“Now I feel love from my family in a way that I can embrace. I’m not sure I’ve ever understood or felt that truly until now.”

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  1. OK, you are right. To fix this I switched limit and colimit. For some reason I think using the stupid truncations is the correct thing to do and using the canonical truncations isn’t. The confusing issue is that taking the actual colimit of the complexes (as it is written now) gives a complex which is quasi-isomorphic to k placed in degree zero and this is NOT what we want. But each of the complexes Hom(L_n^*, k) is a bounded complex of free k[e]-modules and its cohomology is really equal to k in degrees -n, …, 0 which is what we want. If we use the canonical truncations this doesn’t work…

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