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This Week in the Movement

News As It Happens by Janne Moren on flickr
News As It Happens by Janne Moren on flickr

Throughout the week, we keep people up-to-date with information about the Death with Dignity movement and other topics related to end-of-life care through Facebook and Twitter. Below are highlights from this week.

Efforts regarding Death with Dignity:

Discussions about death, dying, and grieving:

Life's too short:

  • You might have noticed I'm a fan of cat videos and images on the internet. Happily, I just learned there's actually a film festival made just for me! The People's Choice Award went to one of my favorites, Henri 2, Paw de Deux, at the Internet Cat Film Festival.
  • After all, "it's all cat videos these days."
Posted on September 7, 2012 in In the News, Massachusetts, New England, Personal Stories


Posted by Lisa Sears (not verified) on September 9, 2012 at 12:26 p.m.

Thanks for the update. It's good to see that even a few doctors are now getting coverage for their support of the Act.

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