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including siblings, Mrs. Francis states she was able to grieve and cope effectively. She does state,however, that she misses her siblings dearly and visits them often at their grave sites. Mrs. Francis states she feels as though she has a very strong support system and has little regrets in life. She takes her health seriously and is grateful to have four children who all take an active role in managing her health.References
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