Takeaways from our webinar "As the End Nears: Dying With Heart Failure."
The Compassion & Choices Medical Aid in Dying policy is a framework that aims to improve end-of-life care and expand options for patients.
This legislation allows a terminally ill, mentally capable adult, with a prognosis of six months or less to live, the option to request, obtain and take medication — should they choose — to die peacefully in their sleep if their suffering becomes unbearable.
A new survey among likely voters in Minnesota finds broad and deep support for medical aid in dying.
Statutory Waiting Periods in Authorized Medical-Aid-In-Dying Jurisdictions
In the later stages of dementia, individuals can’t always speak for themselves and may need someone to speak for them. That’s why it is important for everyone to discuss their wishes with people they trust.