Discovering his wife, Mary, had Stage 4 ovarian cancer was so shocking to David that it remains to this day as immediate as when he first heard the shattering news. “Mary had always made it clear tha…

Discovering his wife, Mary, had Stage 4 ovarian cancer was so shocking to David that it remains to this day as immediate as when he first heard the shattering news.

“Mary had always made it clear that she wanted to spend her last days in the care of the hospice where she would feel safe,” he said.

“Thanks to the outstanding clinical and other care that Mary received, shortly before the end I said to her, ‘Are you calm?’, to which she whispered, ‘Yes’, and, ‘Are you in any pain?’, ‘No’.”

You can read about the care Mary received from St Barnabas House here: www.stbh.org.uk/sunflower-memories




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