Andreas Kisser spoke about the death of his wife, Patrícia Kisser, during an interview on the program Conversation with Bial last Wednesday, 21. The guitarist of Sepultura paid tribute and remembered the doctor’s final moments.
Patrícia died at 52 years old, in July. She was diagnosed with colon cancer and, according to Andreas, euthanasia would be a viable solution, if allowed in Brazil: “Her last days were very difficult. Patrícia was conscious until the end. Her case was a classic case of euthanasia. If we had this in Brazilian law, legally, we could have used it in her case.”
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“She couldn’t take it anymore, the body didn’t work anymore, irreversible, in pain,” he added about his wife’s state. The musician learned more about processes to reduce pain in patients in advanced stages and intends to continue the discussion.
The most important thing is that we talk about the process that we spent as family. I started to understand more about the palliative process, euthanasia, assisted subsidy, all of that, unfortunately, we don’t talk about during our lives.
Talking about death was not a problem for Patrícia, who treated the subject lightly . This helped family members to face the fatality with more preparation to meet her requests.
“She said that when she died she didn’t want to be placed in a coffin without a pillow, without a blanket. I asked for a sock on my foot and she always joked about it. ‘I want to be cremated and put in a little ‘Jeannie is a genius’ bottle to keep an eye on you.’ We did it all,” she revealed.
Patrícia left three children with Andreas: Enzo, Giulia and Yohan, who paid tribute on social networks.
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