Dr. Kenneth Stevens writes: She had made up her mind, but she continued to see me. On the third or fourth visit, I asked her about her family and learned that she had a son. I asked her how he would feel if she went through with her plan to opt for assisted suicide. Shortly after that, she agreed to be treated, and her cancer was cured.
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