Scott Sullivan of Somerset, Ky., was recently diagnosed with a rare form of cancer and then developed a serious complication. The doctors gave 50-year-old Sullivan a few weeks to live and discharged him to hospice care. Sullivan set a goal of living long enough to see his son Cade’s first football game of his sophomore year, and nurse Jerree Humphrey helped facilitate getting him to the out-of town game. Since it was too far for Scott to drive, his nurse contacted a local airport and located a dentist with a private plan who was filling to fly the proud Dad to his son’s game. “Words could not be put into sentences or phrases to describe how I felt at that time,” Scott said. “I was just so happy to see my son.”

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