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dad is sick: kidney failure, diabetes, gout, etc. advice on how to cope while being away at college. feel guilty, nostalgic & scared to have own life.

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Dr. Jeffrey Unger
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ADA: Try joining the american diabetes association. Learn what you can do to help your dad. Put yourself in control!
Answered on Sep 29, 2016
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Dr. Bernard Seif
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Thanks for helping this person Dr. Unger. What a practical response.
Apr 19, 2014

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