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Nurse experiences other side of healthcare during daughter’s illness

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Published on Oct 26, 2014

The comfort of a little dog in her hospital bed, thanks to a compassionate blind eye turned by her nurses, meant the world to Jeri-Joann Lyddiatt.

Jeri-Joann, or J-J to almost everyone who knew her in her hometown of Ingersoll, Ontario, died of ovarian cancer in June, 2011, at the age of 37. Born with a mild learning disability, she functioned normally in life in most ways – she had a full-time job, she drove cars, she was devoted to her dog Callie and her horse Bentley, she responded to regular everyday conversation like everyone else.

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