Russell talks about how his faith helped him and his wife, as she faced terminal cancer.
Shavon talks about the importance of having (sometimes difficult) family conversations about health history and treatments.
Nkem talks about how her husband’s role as caregiver shifted, as her illness went into remission.
Betsy shares how when her sister was dying of cancer, the family disagreed about when to involve hospice.
Teresa shares how support from friends and co-workers helped her know she was not alone, while she battled cancer.
LeMoine shares how his Lakota tradition provides a philosophy for life that guides his family in dealing with end of life decision making.