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The nurse came and just clicked with our mum …

Daughter Fiona says ‘Marie Curie brought comfort, experience and laughter to our home’

AN ARGYLL woman has told her heartbreaking story of the loss of her mum and the care she received, so that people in a similar situation will know there is always someone to turn to.

Mum-of-two Fiona Bennett and her family struggled to cope with her mum’s condition when she became terminally ill, requiring 24-hour care.

Marie Curie Cancer Care became involved and, as Fiona explains, her mum Catherine Macleod’s passing was peaceful thanks to the nurses.

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