- Oct 27, 2020
If you’re terminal, you qualify I think. So how long after a cancer diagnosis does one become terminal?
How long does it usually take for a cancer to become terminal?Under six months to live.
That very much depends on the type of cancer, location, and how early it is found. There’s way too many factors for that to be determined like that.How long does it usually take for a cancer to become terminal?
No.I see you ask a lot of questions. Do you have any answers?
Gnip's answer is correct and in detail. I'd like to add that during the process, there is a lot of bureaucracy and red tape to go through, which includes going through many psychiatric screenings, consultations, gaining the approval of said physician who would be willing to help the patient die. Also, one has to administer the drug oneself iirc.