“You can say goodbye, reflect on your life, leave last messages, perhaps visit special places for a last time, listen to favourite pieces of music, read loved poems, and prepare, according to your beliefs, to meet your maker or enjoy eternal oblivion. This is, I recognize, a romantic view of dying, but it is achievable with love, morphine, and whisky.”Cancer as a 'good thing' in someone's life? Talk about a tough case to sell!! I don't know if the author fully succeeds, but he sure gives it a good try.
Cancer the ‘best’ way to die, says ex-editor of British Medical Journal, so stop funding research for a cure | National Post