I hesitated posting this here but I know from previous posts that many of you have been through similar things, and I could use some wisdom. A good friend of mine from high school has been fighting leukemia for the past three years. He's basically been a cat with nine lives, but relapsed about five months ago and this time, the treatment was unsuccessful. He left the hospital today and went into home hospice today. He told me he has 2 weeks tops. He lives in Miami and I offered to come see him, along with another friend, but he declined and said he doesn't want anyone to see him like this. We normally communicate via text. I don't want him to think that I've dropped out of his life but I also don't want to push myself on him if he wants to withdraw. What does one do in a situation like this? I asked him if I could do anything for him; he said no. I'm not in contact with his family, only him. This is one fu**ing horrible disease. The past three years have been hell for him.