LEWISTON, N.Y. —
"No, I'd never take any of it back," she said. "There was a lot of fighting, but then there's Matt. I know him as a person, I experience his life with him. He's a person. And what a great person he is. I don't see him as the disease, I see him as a person.
"Some in our family don't see him as that person, they can't see him like that. But I do, and I love him."
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