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In a touching message posted to Valerie Harper’s Facebook page, Cacciotti shared his sweet farewell message to his wife of nearly 40 years.

“I passed away at 10:06 a.m. Friday, my beautiful wife caring for my wife, after years of battling cancer,” the post read. “She will never be forgotten. Rest in peace, Mia Valeria — Anthony.”

Cacciotti has been very vocal about her decision not to place Harper in hospice care. Last month, the devoted husband released a statement explaining his reasons for doing so. “The doctors told me to put Val in hospice care and I can’t [because of our 40 years of shared commitment to each other] and I won’t because of the incredible good deeds she has done for us while she is here on Earth.”

The engaged husband also made sure to keep Harper “as comfortable as possible.” “For those of you who have been in this position, you will fully understand that it is difficult to let go of them,” he continued. “As long as I am able and able, I will be where I belong by his side.”

According to CNN, the actress was first diagnosed with lung cancer in 2009. In 2013, her doctors told her she had meningioma, a rare complication of cancer where the disease spreads to the membranes surrounding the stomach. spinal cord and brain. She had 3 months to live. However, the Mary Tyler Moore star survived for six miraculous years.

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