字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント (coughing) (Brian) Over the years, when I smoked, I never considered the effect that my smoking had on my family. (Denise) At 35, he had a heart attack. We were back and forth in hospital rooms constantly. I was in doctor's offices constantly. Then, the cancer came. And that was like a punch in the stomach. I was not prepared for that. And I'm like, oh my God he's not gonna live. So now I have to decide what am I going to do, you know? I thought we were okay. Back to doctors, back to tests, back to sitting in hospital rooms. And then, they found another nodule in his lung. I'm thinking, oh here we go again. When you have a sick spouse, it is a job. Then you have to help him get out of bed. You have to help him change his clothes. You have to help, you know, make sure he doesn't trip getting into the shower ´cause he has that oxygen that he's using, and the tube has to go in there with him. And then when I even got sicker and I had to get the PICC line and we had to have pumps at home that had to be changed out, every...I don't know... Every other day. ...Every other day. And the batteries had to be changed out. She did everything to make sure that I would - that I would survive. I would get phone calls from neighbors saying, "I found Brian on the floor." I would talk to my boss and say, "I have to go home, my husbands on the floor." And so, eventually, I told my bosses, I said "I can't work here anymore. I gotta take care of Brian." He's my best friend, you know, and I love him dearly. I'm just scared now, you know, of losing him.