Our expert says:
Of course youi are scared and hurt --- that's natural. Miracles can happen, but getting the right diagnosis and treatment is the best way to help a miracle to happen, rather than pretending that there's nothing wrong. It isn;t wrong of you to think about preparing for when he's gone, that's realistic. You can't be the one who "gets" him to accept his condition and go for the op --- but the doctors treating him have an obligation ( discuss this with them ) to provide a suitably skilled counsellor to discuss this with him and hep in this regard, and the Cancer Association may also be able to help, as they can sometimes find someone who has had a similar condition to talk with him
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