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Distraught mother of boy, 11, battling a rare cancer is asked to sign a Do Not Resuscitate order if he gets coronavirus - and the same is happening to dozens of other parents with vulnerable children across the UK

Distraught mother of boy, 11, battling a rare cancer is asked to sign a Do Not Resuscitate order if he gets coronavirus - and the same is happening to dozens of other parents with vulnerable children across the UK
  • GPs asked Ilhan Ates-Suddes's mother Margaret, from Scarborough, North Yorks
  • She branded being asked to fill out an order if he catches coronavirus inhumane
  • A 16-year-old boy from Essex was called by doctor surgery and asked to consent
  • The orders permit medics to avoid using CPR to try to restart a patient's heart
An 11-year-old boy and cancer patients are among the vulnerable children whose parents are being asked to sign do not resuscitate forms.
GPs asked Ilhan Ates-Suddes's mother Margaret, from Scarborough, North Yorkshire, to fill out an order for if he catches coronavirus in a move she branded inhumane.
Meanwhile a 16-year-old boy was called by his doctor surgery and asked to consent to the document.GPs asked the mother of 11-year-old Ilhan Ates-
GPs asked the mother of 11-year-old Ilhan Ates-Suddes, pictured, if she wanted to sign a do not resuscitate formIlhan has to be fed through a tube due as he suffers from fibrosarcoma in his neck and jaw
Ilhan has to be fed through a tube due as he suffers from fibrosarcoma in his neck and jaw
The paperwork gives permission for medics to avoid using CPR to attempt to restart a patient's heart when it's stopped beating.

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