My condolences to you and your family also. this is a terrible diesease.
I know right now in your time of mouring of the loss of your step father, you may not be able to see this, BUT they are making progress and are gaining some ground on a cure. I have known 8 to 12 people in the last couple of years who have conqured the diesease, but it's still a long road ahead.
It is GREAT that you had this kind of relationship with your step father, where some people don't even have that with their own biological parents. He sounds like a real remarkable person, and he will always be in your heart and you'll have lasting memories of him for the rest of your life.
George, NEVER give up that spirit and keep on fighitng and try to keep a good mental POSITIVE outlook, like I know you have been doing. We are ALL pulling for you. I remember a private message you sent me several months ago that you plan on winning this and it sounds like you haven't changed your mind. Good for you, keep up the fight!
Again Marion, my thoughts are with you.
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