Beena talks about the loss of her identical twin sister Carole in a parachute accident and describes how she has struggled to move on from her sudden death.
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BBC Scotland, Edinburgh
Rawlinson, Beena, 1958- (female, GP)
BBC Radio Scotland
Beena is a GP in Bridge of Earn, Scotland and she talks alone about the loss of her identical twin Carole. Carole died in a parachute accident and Beena has struggled to move on from her sudden death. She talks about having the same interests and tastes as each other growing up and how people would frequently get them confused. She describes having to live for both of them now Carole's gone, to allow her to move on.
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