Woman Took Her 89-Year-Old Aunt to the Hospital. Doctors Said She Had Pneumonia, Offered to Kill Her

International   Alex Schadenberg   Jul 19, 2019   |   4:58PM    Toronto, Canada

Today I spoke with a woman who is the Power of Attorney for her 89 year-old aunt, who is currently in a Toronto hospital. The niece called EPC because she is upset about the lack of care that her Aunt is receiving.

Her Aunt went to the hospital a few weeks ago with pneumonia. Her doctor decided to do nothing for her. The doctor said:

“she’s not going to get better”

The doctor pressured the niece to have her Aunt sedated and dehydrated to death.

Her niece demanded another doctor and insisted on treatment. Her Aunt is now clear from the pneumonia.

Her Aunt is recovering but the hospital continues to pressure her  niece to have her Aunt sedated and dehydrated to death. The only reason her niece could think of why they are doing this is that her Aunt is 89. Her niece said:

“she doesn’t have cancer, she doesn’t have any life-threatening condition.”

I urged the niece to keep defending her Aunt’s right to receive treatment and care.

I consider this to be elder abuse and discrimination. What makes it worse is that the abuse and discrimination seems to be institutionalized.

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LifeNews.com Note: Alex Schadenberg is the executive director of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition and you can read his blog here. File photo.