Hospice care out of reach for dying teen
Wayne and Linda Rumsby spend most of their time in the tiny basement of their semi-detached Leslieville home, tending to their gravely ill son, Mark.
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#1 Jan 5, 2012
I am absolutely mortified that limited care has been provided for this family. It is incomprehensible to the majority of us to imagine the pain, energy and financial cost this sad situation presents. I hope that by publishing their story, additional help and resources can be allocated to assist this family through this gruelling time.
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