Well if I was one of his parents, I would definitely don't care about what his decision - I wouldn't want to see my child die...
He suffers from a congenital heart defect and pulmonary hypertension - and now doctors say he has only months, if not days, to live
Every morning Sharon and Neil Gawthorpe creep silently into their son's bedroom. What they do next, no parent should have to endure.
But every day they stand in the 18-year-old's room and listen for a sign he is still alive.
A sign - sighing or snoring - that their beloved son Liam is breathing.
It might seem an odd thing to do but the couple from Liversedge, West Yorkshire, have every reason to be so worried.
Liam, who suffers from a congenital heart defect and pulmonary hypertension, has twice turned down a heart and double lung transplant - and now doctors say he has only months, if not days, to live.
"We wake up every day and one of us has to go into his bedroom and check if he's still alive," says dad Neil.