A terminal diagnosis can be unbearable to hear. It was for Maxyne Brannon.
After nearly 60 years of marriage, to love of her life, she learned he had a brain tumor that couldn't be treated.
Her family turned to the Fremont Area Medical Center's Hospice Suites for his care – but discovered much more.
Tonight at 5:00, Serese Cole tell us why the Brannon family says the Hospice Suites made it easier to cope with the final days as they were forced to say good-bye to their loved one.
Dr. Milo Anderson will also show you how the suites are designed to bring families together and bring them comfort.
It's a story every family should see - tonight on the Channel Six News.
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