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Default "People tend to think that hospice means giving up. It's anything but."

This is not about ALS, but it could be. I just felt like sharing it and hope someone finds it useful and meaningful.

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Hi Buckhorn, I don't see any link or text on your post. Kate
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Hi Katie. It was an article on hospice care for a little girl with an incurable disease. It appears it is coming thru as a video (?? and I don't know why). The article is called "Hospice at age 4", By Michelle Moon, Special to CNN. Here is the link again, but I'm not sure if it will come thru without problems:
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