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I haven't posted for a long time as my Nan had been doing well. However, she has taken a turn for the worse...
I was just wondering if anyone has gone through/is going through the end of life stages of cancer (she has liver cancer) with a loved one? I'm just wondering what to expect, I know it's different for everyone but I would appreciate if you could share your experiences.
Thank you x
I've only just seen your post so apologies for the late reply. You will find more knowledgable replies from members of the supporting someone with incurable cancer group. I'm sure you'll find lots of replies there.
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Macmillan do a really good booklet or type in “Macmillan end of life” to google and there’s really good information there. I hope this helps. It’s good to be prepared for what is to come. All the very best to your nan, you and your family
Good point DottyP73, here's a link end of life care.
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