September 18, 2017 11:23pm CST
When my late father in law had lung cancer, the doctor suggested that we should leave him as he was because the doctor doubt that my father in law could revive after the surgery. He was 78 years old . My sibling in laws didn`t seek for 2nd opinion of other surgeons or hospital because they agreed that my father in law could not stand the surgery with his frail body. So no treatment was given. If I were them, I would seek for another surgeon opinion, how to treat him in order to prolong his life. I find that his children are selfish, just keen to transfer all his money under their name before his death. Nobody cares about keeping him alive longer. He passed away in his sleep 6 months later. would you seek 2nd opinion from another doctor?
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19 Sep 17
Nope, the doctor didn't inform my father in law about his sickness. He talked to his children instead and they decided to tell a white lie . I find that it is unfair for my father in law. He didn't know he had lung cancer when he passed away.
19 Sep 17
doctor advised NOT TO REVEAL the truth to my father in law that he had lung cancer. Instead told him a white lie that he had cold and cough. He said old folk couldn't take the truth, his health would deteriorate further. SO all his children agreed to lie to him. I find it unfair for my father in law. When he passed away, he didn't know he had lung cancer