Vicki Kennedy recently spoke about her husband’s battle with brain cancer in an interview.
Chicago, Illinois (WiredPRNews.com) – Vicki Kennedy, the widow of the late Senator Edward M. Kennedy, recently discussed her husband’s battle with brain cancer in a televised interview. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), Kennedy appeared on the Oprah Winfrey show this week, giving her most extended interview since the death of her husband in August of this year.
Kennedy is quoted by the AP as stating during the interview, “We went from thinking he had lost his life, to thinking that he’d had a stroke, to thinking that he wouldn’t speak to thinking that he was OK, to then finding out that he might have a brain tumor all in the span of about three hours.” She is further quoted as stating, “It was an inspiration, really, to watch how Teddy grappled with such a grave diagnosis and always looked forward with hope.”
The complete interview aired on Wednesday.
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