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Hi Susie,I'm very sorry about your husband's condition and prognosis.
i'm not quite sure why you didn't automatically get a new Mac nurse when the first one left, as that is what should have happened, in my opinion. Your husband does not have to reach a certain degree of "seriousness" before it's justified - Macmillan nurses deal with any cancer patient, at any stage of the disease. My Dad had one even before his diagnosis was confirmed, and when he was, to all appearances, quite fit and well. So it definitely shouldn't be a question of waiting for it to get "bad enough".It seems there has been some kind of breakdown in communication, and either the handover to a new nurse has gone wrong, or for some reason, they aren't aware you even want/need one.Do chase it up with your G,P!Best wishes,Candice
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