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I can't help but believe Will would still be with us if it were not for bad judgement on my part. Will died of a secondary cancer of the bone. The doctors had his original cancer DSRCT in check.
He was having difficulty sleeping and I loaned him a medicine that helped me to sleep. He told me the medicine would make him very drowsy. He fell  while going to bathroom one night and shattered his ankle.
I believe that is when Will got the secondary Cancer. Will and I talked about it many times. He would always say what does it matter there is no way to Know. It matters a lot to me. I think that is one of two reasons I am having such a hard time with him not being here anymore.