she looked so fine,we were making plans to walk in the breast cancer 3-day this year,as we did last year.Then out of the blue she told me that they were going to put her on this medicine that was basically gonna put her to sleep for a whole years.So I told her to pack all her stuff up,put it in storage,she was comeing to live with me.Well she did and was going back and forth to the Drs. to go through all kinds of tests......I didnt understand why they didnt put her on the medicine when they said they were(which was suppose to be aug.20th)So on aug.24th she had to go see her dr.,I went with her thats when they told her the hep c caused liver cancer and siroses(however you spell it)and that there was nothing more they could do for her.And they thought it would be best if we got hospice involved...........she died a weak and a half later.
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