Chris Dunn, a 46 year old former EMT and Homeland Security officer, is fighting to stay alive at Houston Methodist Hospital in Texas. But he isn’t just fighting for his life, he’s fighting against the hospital’s plans to terminate his life. Literally fighting a death panel for the right to be alive. In the shocking video below, Chris is asked by his family’s attorneys whether | Read More »
I’m not even going to try and make this easier for you to read. It is too important to read it ALL and watch the video so you can actually see with your own eyes, Chris Dunn responding.
I will say it is horrific to be on the vent for 8 weeks when a tracheostomy in his throat should have been done.
I will also say that it is important to KNOW what your local hospitals would do BEFORE it happens. It is called medical futility laws and most hospitals (at least the big teaching and trauma one hospitals do). There are laws on file and you can ask for one or just google it. I found the one at U of M easily online.
William Wilberforce, ““You may choose to look the other way but you can never say again that you did not know.”