I don't mind calling security. . . Her pulse is there, but very faint. Have we forced her into helping her sister? In an attempt to give a hand to her daughter, Sara had resigned as an attorney to find time and look after Kate.
KATE: No, please, please! But her mother refuses to it so the whole thing goes to court. Our family is kind of disconnected. But the real question is: Who stands up for Anna? So she didn't completely agree, now, did she? Over the course of the next few years, Anna undergoes several procedures, including frequent blood withdrawals and a painful bone marrow extraction, to help keep Kate alive. Sara, who gave up practicing law to look after Kate, returns to work, Brian retires from firefighting and counsels troubled youths, and Jesse enters college. In the long run, no one cared about the damage she went through or any of the traumatic experiences she felt as a young girl. Okay, wait, wait, wait, stop.
. This is Miss Swearingen, our home health aide. When Anna refuses to leave her room because of her perceived negative image, Sara shaves her own hair in order to convince her daughter. Look at this place. . .
Mom went back to work, rebuilt her practice. Sara finds Kate looking at old pictures, including one of Kate when she was a baby, before cancer. You trying to kill her? It takes from anywhere between 24 and 48 hours or so. KELLY: There she is! It's my body, I want to be able to make my own decisions. And you can look at me and you can say how awful I am for doing that to my child. We did it, okay? I don't have any money.
While everyone was so worried about my blood counts. . When should I talk to you about it? I need you to do me a favor, sissy. You sure you want to go through with this? ANNA: Yeah, looks good. This makes her talk about it continuously.
Kate was aware that her condition was deteriorating, and Anna deserved to enjoy her life without being concerned for her. Wait a second, what is she doing out of the hospital? KATE: Don't you dare tell me that I'm beautiful, because I'm not. If you guys wanna stand right there. He also does not believe Anna capable of making her own medical decisions. Their relationship ends abruptly, however, when Campbell breaks it off without explanation.
. . I'm good, thank you. You haven't been out of that bed in two weeks. So you need more bone marrow? I'm sorry you couldn't win. Hey, look at me. Look, I know you don't listen to anybody, but it's our job to tell you.
Kate later dies at the hospital. After this, he becomes her boyfriend in and out of hospital and supports her as she undergoes treatment. I wasn't planning to, Your Honor, but the complainant is my daughter. Furthermore, the judge discovers that Campbell had taken up the case since he was epileptic and unable to take care of himself. Kate, as she tells the reader, hated herself.