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Amid grief 'there's always hope' in Prince Albert Circle

A new organization helps folks of all ages struggling with death or other challenges

By Pat Gee

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, May 24, 2014

~~<p>Taking care of her grandmother as she succumbed to cancer more than three decades ago inspired Leilani Kupahu-Marinoto learn how to help others cope with the process of dying and impacts linked to death.</p>
<p>Kupahu-Marino became a nurse and has worked extensively with hospice patients, from seniors to newborns with fatal complications.</p>
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Taking care of her grandmother as she succumbed to cancer more than three decades ago inspired Leilani Kupahu-Marinoto learn how to help others cope with the process of dying and impacts linked to death.

Kupahu-Marino became a nurse and has worked extensively with hospice patients, from seniors to newborns with fatal complications. Login for more...



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