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This post originally appeared on http://www.nwitimes.com/. GARY — In observance of World Bioethics Day on Thursday, Indiana University Northwest invites the campus and community to a debate about the legalization of medical aid in dying. Moderated by Susan Zinner, professor of public and environmental affairs, the debate is set for 5:30 p.m. Thursday in the Bruce […]Read More
This story originally appeared on www.44news.wevv.com. Medically assisted dying is the process in which a mentally capable person who has 6 months or less to live consults with a couple of doctors to get prescribed a medication cocktail that will end their life. This is now legal in six states, and has been in Oregon […]Read More
Compassion & Choices New York today presented Governor Andrew Cuomo with petitions signatures from more than 7,500 New Yorkers in support of New York’s Medical Aid in Dying Act (A.2383/S.3151) acquired during the New York State Fair. The petition reads, “I am a New Yorker who attended the Great New York State Fair and I […]Read More