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Cyndy Taylor

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“I can’t die cause there’s no way that Cliff can raise those three girls by himself . . .”


When (Judy) was drugged up, she’s going, “I can’t die cause there’s no way that Cliff can raise those three girls by himself. He can’t do it. I have to live.” They’ve said if it hadn’t been for her will, you know, they couldn’t have done it by themselves. If she hadn’t wanted to live as much as she wanted to, then nothing they could have done could have saved her.

Cynthia Taylor, Eldest Daughter (deceased),
on Judy’s first days at Toronto General Hospital in 1970/71