This strange disease that no one has heard of. What do I do to support her. She wants me to get her out of the University Hospital an bring her back home. She wont be able to move around in the condo. How will I be able to go around knowing she is at home alone and not able to move around because she is missing a leg. I know I am going to feel guilty for going to college to further my education. What can I do? What do i choose, bring her home or let her die in a lonely hospital? I need real help and I need it now!!!
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