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“Are you ready for your bath?” The nurse turns on the computer and scrolls through my chart, “It looks like you haven’t used your wipes yet today.”

I groan and turn my body to face her, “Shouldn’t I wait until this is done? I’m not sure I could get out of this shirt even if I tried.” I motion to the IV drip connected to the double broviac in my chest. This is the typical…




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