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Old October 1st, 2011, 20:03
whitedove whitedove is offline
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Default husband died 3 weeks ago cancer

This is the first time have done this wrote on a site. Seems strange but not,
Melanoma cancer is what took my husband from me. I am so sad but angry today, we both fought this terrible disease together. Me always looking for a way to stop it, trials,drugs,moving to another country where they have had some sort of success with a certain drug to overcome it. It was Melanoma cancer the worst one of all cancers. He is no longer with me or our children,for the last 2 years this is all I did and now there is nothing.He died at home and that I am grateful for as I cared for him,and he would not have recieved the same care if he was in a hospital. I have kept all the paperwork reports, appointments, operation results, I am going to write a book about his journey, somehow I know I am going to do something to help others fight this disease make people aware of what to do so they do not get it. To see the person you love go through the motions day after day and myself is very tiring,and mentally draining. I can not believe in the year 2011 that there is not a cure. People are blind if they say it wont happen to me.
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