For nearly 14 years, a woman no one knows
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#1 Sep 7, 2008
How sad. Perhaps it will take death to release her from her prison, Alzheimer's. May God bless her.
#2 Sep 12, 2008
It is very sad. I was reading some blogs from the artical in the Express and the comments posted were disturbing to me. People saying how it would be better to be dead then in a mental hospital or that who care she's just playing the system. I strongly disagree! I feel that it is our duty as citizens to care for others who trully can not care for themselves. Sometimes people don't ask for things to happen to them but they do because that is life however; I know I wouldn't want to be left to die with no name or family who loved me. It is sad because her illness isn't fixable. It just gets worse with time and time is running out. I think it is better to say that they tried instead of never trying at all.
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