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sailforjoy wrote: At the time of the initial diagnosis wouldn't it have been obvious to Steve Jobs' doctors that the surgery would be hopeless, and that surgery would only inflict suffering and additional trauma to weaken an already sick person?
My brother and I live with many regrets and blame ourselves for mom's death and the suffering she endured in the hospital and nursing home. We feel so guilty we cannot even talk about it with each other. It is a topic we stay away from. After all, it was we who gave the go ahead for the surgery since mom was in no position to make rational decisions.