If a person is terminally ill and has expressed a wish NOT to be told their prognosis should the medical profession insist they be told and try to discuss what the dying person wants to happen after death.
I ask this because someone I know was diagnosed with a brain tumour and made it quite plain that they would be in on discussions for treatment options but clearly said that they didn.t want to know the prognosis and did infact leave the room when this was to be discussed.
Gp is saying that they need to speak with the terminally ill patient about after death.
Do others like me think the medics have no right to impress and volunteer not wanted information
Or do you think it needs doing