Like most family members, May wanted to do everything she could for her husband. She had never before taken care of a person with a serious illness, and the process was all very new to her.
The things he had found agreeable in the past were not helping now. She was especially distressed that he would not eat.
Fortunately, Lee had thought about what he wanted in terms of treatment and eventually end-of-life care. He had been able to talk with his doctors about his options, and the risks and benefits of each