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On April 30, THE DOCTORS welcomes Diane Aulger, who made headlines with her controversial decision to induce early labor so that her dying husband would have the opportunity to hold his newborn daughter before he passed away. The Doctors shares video of the bittersweet first and final moments Mark spent with Savannah, just days before his death.
For anyone wondering why the husband died, he had pulmonary fibrosis... The chemo that initially freed him cancer had destroyed his lungs. It was basically like his lungs were soaked in concrete. They couldn’t inhale; they couldn’t pass oxygen through the body. He was in essence suffocating to death..
That touched me so much because someone has died, who was loved by others. But I have no fear of death. Death is not the opposite of living, but the opposite of birth. What is eternal and immortal, is love and life. As long as there is love, there is life, and as long as there is life, there is hope. I believe in you. Let's spread love like voilence!
+Bianca i work in the industry and have seen many lives saved through the ingestion of hemp oil. 7/10 people survive terminal cancer through the use of hemp oil. 7/10 die from chemo and radiotherapy. To say she would still be alive is ridiculous. Sorry to tell you but chemo would not have saved her, it would have gave her pain and sickness before death. I do not know what method your friend used but if we had a legal market of natural cures, that are not being oppressed she could still be with us. If you want more info on how hemp oil can help look up phoenix tears - rick simpson.
+Bianca no she is not. I have a friend that used CBD cannibis oil and rejected all other methods. Guess what? It's gone!!
I have a friend with epilepsy and he takes it...hasn't had a seizure in 2 1/2 years.
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