You could try for a B-2 for medical reasons with good documentation or Humanitarian Parole as answered in your other AVVO question.
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There is no "quickest" way for a sibling. It's a whole different category from your parents and currently takes between 10-14 years for its priority date to become current.
If you want your brother to accompany your parents to the US, then you could try filing a humanitarian parole on his behalf. Those are rarely granted, however.
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