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.
Death with Dignity National Center Executive Director Peg Sandeen shares reflections on the history and growth of the death with dignity movement nationwide, 25 years after Oregonians passed the world's first death with dignity law.
A recap of the February 12, 2020 hearing on the New Hampshire Death with Dignity Act, where Death with Dignity staff and advocates provided testimony.
A video recording of the "State of the Movement Address: Death with Dignity in 2020" webcast, with a written summary.
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