Healthy Choices

March 21, 2014

Heaven can wait: Flu-stricken grandma 'not done yet' after seeing visions

Lesley Bunning had so many close calls in the intensive care unit, she nearly gave up. It was getting too hard to breathe. Her family, too, suffered as they agonized through “quality of life” and organ-donation discussions. But something gave Bunning the will to persevere against the H1N1 flu virus, and hope to her husband and three daughters.

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The Sacramento Bee's team of health reporters covers California health care, medicine and healthy living, with an emphasis on public health and under-served communities.

Hudson Sangree: Health policy, the business of medicine and medical research. Reach him at hsangree@sacbee.com or 916-321-1191. Twitter: @Hudson_Sangree

Sammy Caiola: Health care and healthy living. Reach her at scaiola@sacbee.com or 916-321-1636. Twitter: @SammyCaiola

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Funding for this reporting is paid, in part, by The California Endowment, a private foundation that promotes healthy communities through grants and education. All coverage decisions are made by The Bee.

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