Well, that's probably the best way to go, at least no endless suffering hooked up to machines.Indeed. My cousin died from melanoma several years ago. Didn't know he had it until he collapsed on the job (he was a UPS driver). Tests revealed he had 4th stage melamoma. Doctors gave him a month to live despite a couple of chemotherapy treatments. He lived another 6 months.
Neighbor who had survived several bouts of cancer including bone marrow cancer was given 6 months to live two weeks ago. She died in her sleep last Saturday morning.