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My husband Gene was diagnosed with esophageal cancer in 2003, and he died 18 months later. My attention was then directed to my parents, who were 83 years old. Two years later, Dad died with a brain aneurysm. Then my time was spent caring for my 85-year-old mother and concentrating on my two businesses. In November, 2008, I decided to make an appointment for a mammogram and discovered it had been two years since my last one. More bad news. How to deal with the trauma and news of chronic illness. What questions do you ask. How do you ask the questions you don't know to ask? From Hiccups to Hospice, A Survival Guide for the Cancer Caregiver. www.cargegivers4cancer.com
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