Six Months to Live

A popular phrase for a prognosis of expected lifespan in a particular patient
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11 soundly rejected a right-to-die bill that would have allowed people with less than six months to live to end their life legally.
The bill, proposed by Wolverhampton South West MP Rob Marris, would have given people with less than six months to live the right to seek medical help to die.
The Assisted Dying Bill would have allowed adults of sound mind and with less than six months to live the right to ask for medical help to end their lives.
He has been told he has only three to six months to live.
Stu Ridley, 25, has an inoperable brain tumour and was told in February he had six months to live.
Mark Allison was told last November he had pancreatic cancer and given just six months to live.
Vicky, 61, was given six months to live after she discovered a lump in her breast which, after a biopsy, revealed that the melanoma had spread to her lungs.
Stu Ridley has vowed to beat his illness and get back on the pitch after being told he has roughly only six months to live.
But last month Care Minister Norman Lamb said he would vote in favour of allowing terminally ill adults with less than six months to live to choose to be helped to kill themselves.
The Liberal Democrat said he would vote in favour of allowing terminally ill adults with less than six months to live to choose to be helped to kill themselves.
AN INSPIRATIONAL cancer patient has launched a Land's End to John O'Groats bike ride challenge - ten months after she was given six months to live.
Regarding how much access Piers had to her private life, Julie says: "Disastrous marriages; psychiatric hospital; when I was given six months to live.

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