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  1. Thank you for your reply. No he wasn't ill- not even a cold. We ate Christmas dinner together and he played with my 3 boys as happy as anything. 7 years ago he fought (and won against) prostate cancer. It has crossed my mind that the cancer was back but surely there would have been symptoms. The guessing and waiting is just the worst thing. Sorry for your loss as well. x
  2. Hello, I am new here and at a loss with what to do with how I'm feeling. On new year's eve, I took my mom out to the garden centre for a couple of hours. When we got back, she found him dead, lying on the bed. He had been up and they had eaten breakfast together and he'd taken the dog for a walk. She tried to resuscitate him but he'd gone. He was only 68 and was very fit and healthy. In their toilet, there was a little vomit as if he had been poorly before going to lie down. We are all in such shock and I just desperately want to know why. The post mortem should be happening on Monday. My mom just keeps saying she wants to go with him. At the moment it's hard to imagine our family ever being happy again.
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