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Diagnosis: Terminal

For the Love of God Documentary

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“There’s a day coming where I’ll eat through a tube in my stomach, I won’t be able to hug my family. But I know God's grace is sufficient for today, so I’m not going to pay interest on what’s going to happen tomorrow.”

Phil Camden has Motor Neurone Disease. He was given two years to live ... four years ago. In this interview he explains to Simon Smart what his disease has given him that he would otherwise never have had, and what hope for the future looks like in the shadow of a terminal diagnosis.

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