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I'm not surprised you 'feel completely overwhelmed'. You don't say whether your husband's team have said that he is now termed 'incurable', but I wonder if it might help to pop into the supporting someone with incurable cancer group? They are lovely people and will understand what you are going through. Are there any local groups you could go to? Face to face support is so helpful. Maggies Centres are wonderful, pop your post code in to see if there's one near you. I do hope he picks up soon.
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