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Death with Dignity National Center
520 SW 6th Avenue, Suite 1220
Portland, OR 97204
Hours: Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time
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- Main line: (503) 228-4415
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- Peter Korchnak: (503) 501-2461
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Due to a large number of queries and limited resources, we are unable to grant student interviews or answer specific questions. Sorry for the inconvenience and thank you for understanding.
We have found that answers to 99% of questions we receive are available on the pages listed below. Please feel free to use the text on these pages for your paper or project, with attribution to “Death with Dignity National Center” (link to this website in electronic formats).
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Terminology of Assisted Dying
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- Death with Dignity Act data from
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Death with Dignity National Center has limited availability of expert speakers for your event (seminar, panel discussion, symposium, conference). In addition to death with dignity / assisted dying, we can speak on the topics of death and dying in the United States and end-of-life care and options.
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Please note that, as an organization with the geographic and legal/legislative scope limited to the United States of America, we are unable to provide information about legislation or practices in countries other than the USA.