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Bobbi Lurie


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SARAH WAS SCHEDULED FOR HER PROCEDURE THIS MORNING AND COULD NOT GET IT DONE DUE TO ALL VITALS BEING LOW. AS 0F THIS EVENING, THEY HAVE STARTED MOVING UP. FRIDAY SHE IS SCHEDULED FOR SURGERY.

THE SURGERY IS FOR A 10 GOFT CATHETER WHICH WILL HELP HER KEEP HER BELLY DRAINED. the PALLIATIVE CARE TEAM WILL DRAIN IT WHEN THE CATHETER IS INSERTED.

DUE TO ALL HER UPCHUCKING HER LEFT SIDE OF HER VOICE BOX IS DAMAGED.
SHE HAD TO GET SOME ALBUMIN CAUSE HER BODY IS NOT PRODUCING THIS.

THEY GAVE HER SOME FLUIDS. ONLY 500 MG.

HER LIVER IS NOT FUNCTIONING PROPERLY. SHE WAS RECEIVING 5 FU WHICH IS A CHEMO DRUG AND SHE AND HER DOCTOR HAS DECIDED NOT TAKE ANY MORE CHEMO.
THE FLUID IN THE LIVER IS MOBILE BUT NOT GOING WHERE IT IS SUPPOSE TO.

steroids were introduced for several advantages:
1. preening for pain relief and to increase hunger.
2. she is up to 124, this is a great advantage when she use to weigh 116.

She is also going to get a hospital bed because it is much more comfortable than her regular bed.




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Estimating length of survival in end-stage cancer: a review of the literature.

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University of Wisconsin Health Sciences Center, Madison 53705, USA.

Accurately estimating survival times in patients with end-stage cancer is on ongoing challenge for palliative care clinicians. Psychosocial as well as




the more i walk these streets the more certain i become that I’m the only one who can save myself


we emptied our pockets onto the table





PMID: 8537697 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

I am driving back up tonight for the death certificates and all the other business involved.






Last night I watched “Mouchette” by Robert Bresson. I don’t want to be that mother. I don’t want to do that.
I am certain/ no matter what “they” tell me…that certainty comes from knowing I cannot choose my fate.




-------------- Original message --------------
From: my    ow      m@aol.c m

Dear Adrianna,
I can't stop crying and I'm sure you know we've lost Sarah.
Love,
x.








Bobbi Lurie is the author of three poetry collections: Grief Suite, Letter from the Lawn and The Book I Never Read. Her paintings, etchings, drawings and sculpture have been exhibited in The United States, Britain and Japan. Her murals have been destroyed due to the demolition of the buildings they were painted on. Most of her visual art work and writing is housed in her bedroom, covered in dust, piled up to the ceiling, blocking the way to the kitchen.
 
 
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2 Comments:

Blogger Márton Koppány said...

Thank you for sharing this, Bobbi!

12:44 AM  
Blogger bobbi said...

Thank you, Marton. Thank you always for YOUR work.

3:06 AM  

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