Seven in ten Americans support the right of terminally ill people to die on their own terms. Death with dignity is an end-of-life option we all should have.
New Jersey's Aid in Dying for the Terminally Ill Act continues providing residents with a terminal illness the option of assisted dying to relieve unbearable suffering at the end of life.
An infographic look at the highlights of 2018 and 2019 in the death with dignity movement.
Twenty-five years after Oregon voters passed the Oregon Death with Dignity Act—the first statute of its kind in the world—we are launching a series chronicling the campaign that led to its passage.
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Patients and family members are the most powerful voices to advocate for physician-assisted dying legislation. Make your voice heard! What's your death with dignity story? What inspired you to get involved in the cause?
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Death with dignity is both an end-of-life option and legislation making it possible. Get our FREE Frequently Asked Questions pamphlet to learn more.
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Like our country, death with dignity rests on the principles of autonomy and self-determination. Declare your own, personal independence to make your own decisions at the end of life.