Cerati’s mother said she never thought in the worthy death
Buenos Aires, May 9, 2012
Lilian Clark, the mother of Argentine musician Gustavo Cerati, said today that she never thought on the worthy death for her son, who remains in a coma from a stroke suffered nearly two years ago after a concert in Venezuela.
“Gustavo is going to be fine, so I never thought about the alternative of a worthy death,” Clark said. She added, “Gustavo has not brain dead, so it doesn’t go through my head; it is a sensitive issue.”
The matter arises when the Senate of the Nation is to pass a law that provides dignified death in patients who have terminal illness.
But the musician’s mother remarked, “I never thought about the alternative of a dignified death, because I am confident that Gustav will come out, so I it is not in my thoughts.”
“The technical data lies with the doctors who are very cautious, but the impression I have is that he is not going back, he hears, and proven, is completely full, strong, does not open his eyes, but recognizes those who are at his side,” Gustavo’s mother said.