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In pictures: The hospice's first resident nears his end Add to ...

Former executive Andrew McCarthy was the first resident at the Kensington Hospice in Toronto. When he arrived in late August of last year, he had a life expectancy of two to three months due to colorectal cancer that had spread. He lived twice that long.

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