It was a privilege to care and guide his treatments through the 20+ years of pCa. He had rallied after 3 Pluvicto treatments and we were able to make more great memories.
John did not die of prostate cancer. It was complications of pneumonia with pleural effusion and he just got too weak to fight any longer. He had little pain over the years and did not appear to have pain as he peacefully slipped away from me. His poor, beautiful body was maimed by so many needles, IV and sensors. He still managed to exit with dignity.
Thank you to so many here that have helped us over the years. Please accept my thanks for all the advice and knowledge I have gained from you. My life seems empty now.