I have to leave in an hour or so to see my Dad's friend who is dying from Lung Cancer in a London Hospital. My Dad died from Lung Cancer 24 November 2006 and now his friend is dying. I feel very confused but I want to be there for my Dad's friend. He's being so brave and when I see him tonight I don't want to cry as I don't want to upset him. He has a very aggressive other Cancer which has spread to not only his lungs and neck but now to his liver and brain. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. When I lost my Dad I had his friend Alan but now Alan is going. Alan said to me on the phone that he had bad news for me tonight and bless him he wants me to take a Newspaper in for him.
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