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Andrew Flack

Andrew spent his last year advocating for medical aid in dying and building awareness about the compassionate option as a storyteller, through his blog and podcast, and as a proposed intervenor in CMDA v. Bonta.

Andrew Flack

Andrew spent his last year advocating for medical aid in dying and building awareness about the compassionate option as a storyteller, through his blog and podcast, and as a proposed intervenor in CMDA v. Bonta.

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Fall 2022: "Living a Full Life Until the Very End" - Two stories of loving families supporting each other through VSED.

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November Note From the President and CEO: Unity Is Strength, and Collaboration Works Wonders  

I am delighted to report that we emerged from the national and state elections a stronger, better-positioned end-of-life movement, including:&nb...

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Elaine S. Saunders  

Elaine S. Saunders is the Chair of the Genevieve N. Johnson Senior Day Care Center Advisory Council, based in Washington, DC. As part of its goals, the Genevieve N. Johnson Senior Day Care Center has the ultimate objective to make a joyful, improved, and quality-driven life for all of its senior citizen clients.

“Protect your legacy. Get your affairs in order. Make a plan and share it with your loved ones–I have.”

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Roger Kligler, M.D.  

A long-time advocate for medical aid in dying, Roger Kligler is a retired physician in Falmouth, MA, living with prostate cancer.

“I want this option to be clearly authorized in Massachusetts in my lifetime—for me, for you, for everyone.”

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