26 seats ahead as biggest political family the next european parliament that answers the question on phyllis so the e.p. is the strongest political family in the european parliament in the upcoming parliament and that's why for us it's a key question to join again to see who really believe in the future of europe in union. thank you very much thank you so much thank you for. still. no we are right we've just been listening in there in brussels to a month the lead candidate from the european people's party to become the next commission president he was speaking there and saying he didn't really have a big feeling of victory but he was happy that his that the european people's party was the biggest political family to come out of this. still with us to talk about what we heard there from a lot of interesting aspects it was very difficult to parse what exactly was saying in terms of how this parliament is going to work together do you understand why any indication as to what blocks might be forming. or my reading of it is ok the big tent posses. losing ground let's just make a much bigger tent.
through hell. >> phyllis' sister peggy hood says phyllis' road through hell began three months earlier when she went to see dr. weinberger. >> she had trouble catching her breath. she seemed to have sort of cold-like systems or bronchitis. she just seemed rundown. >> you thought it might be allergies or a cold. >> yeah. >> it could have been a number of things. her voice was raspy. she had a sore throat. but perhaps the most troubling symptom for phyllis, a lifelong smoker, was that she had recently begun coughing up blood. >> i believe when she went to dr. weinberger she told him she was a smoker. i don't think she tried to hide that from anybody. >> how did she find out about mark weinberger? >> i believe one of her co-workers may have seen billboards. >> the nose doctor? >> uh-huh. >> in hindsight, going to the self-proclaimed nose doctor may have been a mistake. but since phyllis had a long history of sinus problems, seeking out a sinus specialist for her breathing problem seemed logical. >> the first time i heard about him was when she called me. she was going to have sinus surger
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