My sister's husband of 52 years died two weeks ago of a massive MI. She had already scheduled a mammogram 1 week after his death, and now the results indicate level 2 DC, with level 3 IDC not able to be ruled out. She meets with a surgeon in 2 days. She is obviously struggling with great difficulty in her situation, and will not allow me to contact other members of the family (even her children) about the cancer. I don't want to betray her trust (I'm the only person she's told, and she's sworn me to secrecy at least until after a proposed lumpectomy), but I think she needs to share her burden with others who love her. Any advice on how I can be of the most help to her?
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