We have been told recently that my wife's battle with cancer is no longer in her favor and I now know it is very real that I will be losing her sooner than I thought at the age of 30. Even though she has had cancer for 6 years we have been feeling this norm of doctors and hospitals for all this time. They haven't given us an exact timeline yet but I fear this time that we have will be gone before I know it. I came to this site because I know everyone here was possibly in my shoes at one point and I will soon be in yours. If anyone has suggestions of what I should or shouldn't do please help me.
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