She is the most upbeat person I have ever known. My friend of over 40 yrs. is very sick and in a coma. She has had cancer for the past 5 yrs. Having lost her hair a couple of times from the terrible treatments she has had. She is very thin and in constant pain. To make this even worse is her husband got cancer last yr. Then her only son has been a quadriplegic 4 the past 10-11 yrs. He can only move 1 hand but he can talk, think and breath on his own. Though this whole ordeal he has felt so useless. How can he help his parents when he can't do anything 4 himself. She has been "bad" 4 the past month. She was rushed to the hospital by ambulance today. She is in ICU with tubes everywhere. She is in a coma. I only want the very best 4 her. I, and everyone,only want her to b out of pain. I am praying 4 her and 4 GOD to help her and her family though this time. I am also praying 4 GOD to give her husband the strength to take care of their son if anything happens to her. Her husband never was a hands on Dad. She was the 1 who took care of their son and him.Their son is in his 20's what will happen to him? I just pray for all of them.
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