Hi Rcifredo, Your husband sounds like a strong and courageous man, especially with such an toilsome journey taken so far. People don't forget about the one's that still travel and fight along the road - the warm smiles are still there, the strength and devotion of loved ones are still there and the endurance of doctor's advice is still there. This is not forgotten. This is never forgotten - especially when in hospice, it's understandable how the celebration of remission can overshadow the long and difficult fight. Remember you not are kicked aside for you have your family and friends with you. You can always endure to get an first, second and third opinion for your husband. Do you have relatives who can look after the children? Have you sourced the cancer council advice? I know it's been a week since you posted but do you have time to advise of your situation?
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Cancer Council NSW would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work.We would also like to pay respect to elders past and present and extend that respect to all other Aboriginal people.