The Journey

Baca, Judith A.
April 2006
New Mexico Nurse;Apr-Jun2006, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p12
The article narrates the author's experience with her sister before she had died of cancer. The author describes how her sister was able to acquire the ailment and how she had undergone treatment. Her sister-in-law, who is a retired nurse, provided the major care and management of her sick sister. However, the condition of her sister became worse until the day she gave in and died.


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