Tag Archives: palliative care

Turn Away… You may not want to hear this

About eleven years ago, I was with my middle daughter, JoAnna Baber on our overnight shift at Rady Children’s Hospital in San Diego, CA watching over my 18 month old grandson and her nephew, Conor after he had lifesaving surgery … Continue reading

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A Home Away From Home

Meet Suzanne Corey Gwynn. She’s going to build a house in Seattle, Washington.  It’s not going to be a small little house, but a big house.  Suzanne is not an architect with a blueprint or even a carpenter with a hammer. … Continue reading

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Your child has cancer, what next?

You have just been told, “Your child has cancer and they are going to need a lot of care.” No doubt about it, they will, but so are you. In order to properly take care of your child, as the parent … Continue reading

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