A bill was introduced a bill (HB96) in February that would effectively ban the practice of medical aid in dying in Alabama. Both the house bill and an accompanying Senate bill passed through the legislature on March 8, 2017.
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by Judith Graham The New York Times October 25, 2012 Two weeks ago, Dr. Arif Nazir got a call from a colleague about a 79-year-old woman at an Indianapolis hospital. The cardiologist on the phone explained there was nothing more that could be done for this patient, who had advanced heart failure, chronic lung disease […]Read More
Compassion & Choices, congratulates its supporter Jane Stephens Comer of Birmingham, Alabama, for her Philanthropic Leadership Award, given by the Ms. Foundation. Compassion & Choices made the following statement at the award ceremony last night in New York City: Compassion & Choices envisions a world where no one must endure needless suffering at the end-of-life, no […]Read More