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When the healing doesn’t happen

Kate Picot and Carol Lawrence share a personal story giving an insight into how it feels when healing does not come

When the healing doesn’t happen KATE PICOT

The Harnhill Centre

The Harnhill Centre

My husband Peter, a vicar in the Church of England, died of a brain tumour. The first indication of a problem was when he was leading an Alpha course in our church and someone asked him to sign a copy of his book. He wrote something and then realised what he had written made no sense. He was diagnosed in December of 2007 and the surgeon who operated to remove the tumour on that New Year’s Eve discovered it was a grade 4 cancer.

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