Are you close enough to go visit her? If you are, just go be with her. Give her a hug. Hold her hand. Whatever she wants to do, you know.
Wether it’s in person or just on the phone, just let her talk. Let her get her feelings out. Be an ear for her. Or just let her sit in slience, feeling your presence. Sometimes that is what a person needs.
Six years ago my best friend was diaognosed with cancer. At the time the doctors found it, it was already in her bones. They couldn’t even figure out where it started, it had spread so much through her body. I sat in the hospital with her and just let her talk. At first she was depressed and resigned to death. A few days later she was talking about fighting. When she went home, we sat doing crafts together, talking about everything under the sun.
She went fast. She was diaognosed in Oct. and died Dec. 24th. I was with her when she passed. It was the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do, but I wouldn’t give up that time with her for anything in the world. It was a last chance to tell her how much her friendship ment to me.