He has parkinsons alkziemers and cancer of the osopherous and hate to see him fading away and I don't think I've heard of anyone with such bad luck as he is a brilliant father/man

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How sad. It is a certainty that these diseases are distributed according to what we "deserve" and "bad luck" is as good a way as any of explaining why brilliant and wonderful people get these horrid diseases.

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Very sad. I'm sorry you're going through this. I hope you have people in your life to support you and to talk to. It must be very hard to see him suffer like this.

I'm so sorry that he's got such an amazingly bad constellation of diagnoses. Is he getting support from Hospice at this time? They can provide support and a should for you as well when you need it.

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