My wife has recurrent stage 4 ovarian cancer and is not expected to live long. What can/should I do now to prepare for the inevitable? Is there anything you could or would have done if you new ahead of time that you were going to loose someone you loved. I know what's coming and I'm scared about facing the months of sorrow and sadness. Please let me know if you have any advice,or just want to exchange ideas. Thanks - Dom
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