Consider unplugging the machines. That's no way to live. Not for her, not for anybody around her. I know it's a terrible prospect, but euthanasia is often the dignified way out.
While I would agree with you in the long term if there were absolutely no further room for recovery. However It is very likely that she will still gain back some of the motor controls she has lost. (though likely not all of it.) Brains have an amazing capacity for rewiring around damage, but it takes time and enormous effort on the part of the patient.
Rush was hooked on Oxycontin not heroin.
OxyContin is time release Heroin. Next time read the article before trying to defend that fatass lying piece of shit.
I still don't see the point.
That's nice. but it has nothing to do with my comment.