Local program called Transitions offered through Hospice

Roger Swingle and his first wife, Linda, found some solace through Hospice & Palliative Care of Western Colorado’s Transitions program during her last six months battling lung cancer. Transitions gave them access to 24-hour nursing care and enabled them to avoid spending time at a hospital, Swingle said.



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Roger Swingle and his first wife, Linda, found some solace through Hospice & Palliative Care of Western Colorado’s Transitions program during her last six months battling lung cancer. Transitions gave them access to 24-hour nursing care and enabled them to avoid spending time at a hospital, Swingle said.

When Roger Swingle’s first wife, Linda, was diagnosed with lung cancer in 2000, the two couldn’t have imagined the maze of medical treatments or the gravity of each decision that…




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