Macmillan nurse made sure my husband was not in pain
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Macmillan nurse made sure my husband was not in pain

Jim Kerton had so much to look forward to – including his wedding – when he was diagnosed with terminal cancer. His wife Chris recalls how nurse Sue Whitehead helped them both cope

My husband Jim Kerton was diagnosed with cancer in September 2015 after having an ear ache and sore throat for two weeks.

Nursing Standard. 32, 4, 73-73. doi: 10.7748/ns.32.4.73.s49

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