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Conjestive heart failure

The reason I am asking is that my father is dieing of old age and conjestive heart failure. At first I wanted to be there to pray over him, now I think I am changing my mind but my step mother insists that I be there if at all possible, what do I do?
Wed, 16 Dec 2009
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yes I was there at the last few moments of my sisters breathing, she would breath, stop for about 1 minute or so, breath again, stop for a minute or so , it continued for about 5 minutes (I had just walked out of the room when it completly stopped) my mom I saw deteriorate almost to death, she had a very aggressive lung cancer, I had left to come back home, she was out of state. I stayed a month, but my sister was there and described what happened, which I was glad I didn't see, what she described brought tears to my eyes. but I had to know. RRRR
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Conjestive heart failure

yes I was there at the last few moments of my sisters breathing, she would breath, stop for about 1 minute or so, breath again, stop for a minute or so , it continued for about 5 minutes (I had just walked out of the room when it completly stopped) my mom I saw deteriorate almost to death, she had a very aggressive lung cancer, I had left to come back home, she was out of state. I stayed a month, but my sister was there and described what happened, which I was glad I didn t see, what she described brought tears to my eyes. but I had to know. RRRR