that would be tough, But my first priority would trying to make sure my Family was taken care of as best I could with 90 days, and I'd haveto say stick it out for the health care so my family isn't left with the bills , plus I have life insurance through work.
While 90 days 90 trails , sounds good, the problem is as your helath declines you get to the point you can't ride.
I read that his publicist said he only has a "little bit" of pancreatic cancer. What a relief, that means he's only going to die a "little bit". Idiot. Unless there's been some major advances a diagnosis of pancreatic cancer=death.
My wife's Grandmother died from pancreatic cancer. She lasted about 6 months longer than her original 3 month diagnosis. After diagnosis she seemed fine in mind and body for the first few months and then she took a turn and it was over just like that.