Factsheet on support of medical aid-in-dying support as found by national and state polling.
Clinical research demonstrates that supervised psychedelic-assisted therapy may decrease depression and anxiety in some patients suffering from life-threatening illnesses and may relieve distress.1 To promote quality end-of-life care and provide peace of mind at the end of life, Compassion & Choices supports ongoing research related to supervised psychedelic-assisted therapy.
Disparities in end-of-life care and planning persist for many historically underserved communities.
Information about out-of-hospital do not resuscitate (DNR) and physician's order for life-sustaining treatment (POLST) documents.
An FAQ to answer your questions about medical aid in dying and the end-of-life choice movement.
Compassion & Choices Medical Director, Dr. David Grube, answers frequently asked questions about medical aid in dying.
Campaign to End Unwanted Medical Treatment: A campaign dedicated to ensuring patients and consumers receive the medical care they want — nothing less and nothing more.