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Annapolis woman joins push for `death with dignity’ law

Maryland death-with-dignity advocate Catherine Weber, explains how she became involved in the end-of-life choice movement and why enacting legislation in her home state is so important to her. This in-depth conversation published in the Capital Gazette explains:

Everyone dies. But the 70-year-old Annapolis woman has metastatic breast cancer and her doctors told her the average life span for someone with her diagnosis is about 21/2 years.

That was in 2010, and Weber has beaten the odds in making it this far. The cancer is stable, but she knows it is a waiting game until the treatments stop working and her body gives out. Read more…