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7 years ago  ::  Apr 03, 2008 - 7:38PM #1
LozangK
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A resident at the assisted living home where I work recently died.  She was in her early nineties and had been having problems with her lungs.  A nurse also died a few months ago, after having been suddenly diagnosed with lung cancer.  She continued to work for a few weeks after the diagnosis for reasons of financial need, until she fell ill and died of a stroke. 

It would be great if anyone interested could dedicate some merit for these two particular people, and for all those whose precious organs are damaged by the pervasive presence of dangerous elements in the environment, especially unneeded and senseless hazards like cigarette smoke.
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7 years ago  ::  Apr 03, 2008 - 7:38PM #2
LozangK
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A resident at the assisted living home where I work recently died.  She was in her early nineties and had been having problems with her lungs.  A nurse also died a few months ago, after having been suddenly diagnosed with lung cancer.  She continued to work for a few weeks after the diagnosis for reasons of financial need, until she fell ill and died of a stroke. 

It would be great if anyone interested could dedicate some merit for these two particular people, and for all those whose precious organs are damaged by the pervasive presence of dangerous elements in the environment, especially unneeded and senseless hazards like cigarette smoke.
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