I have a very close friend who was diagnosed with breast cancer 13 months ago. It has since spread to her lymph nodes, lungs and various other places. I know she is very close to the end, today she was admitted to the hospice as she is in immense pain despite the morphine pump. She can no longer walk and is on oxygen all the time. Over the past 2 weeks she has deteriorated so rapidly I am finding it really hard to deal with it. I feel a mess, I keep bursting into tears, it hurts me so much to see her suffering like this. I never thought it would affect me so badly. I can't even inagine the pain and hurt her family must be going through. I want to be there for them and i am but sometimes I find it very hard to know what to say
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