Last night I watched the movie “Me Before You”. It’s about a man who is quadriplegic after an accident with a scooter. Long story short, he decides he doesn’t want to live any longer with the limitations and pain he endures and …………….(spoiler alert) ……………………………ends his life.
The movie brings attention to the issues of assisted suicide, personal relationships and quality of life. It also begs the question of why on Earth is anybody still having to endure, long term, the medical issues of paraplegia or quadriplegia? By this I don’t mean why doesn’t everybody with paraplegia or quadriplegia kill themselves. I do mean that in cases in which a person’s spinal cord is severed in an accident, why aren’t we using the therapies that are known to result in the body healing this damage?
Although I’ve heard of others, for example, one involving the use of white blood cells that must be performed within a…
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