In newspapers across the U.S., advocates, patients, medical professionals, and elected leaders are voicing their support for assisted dying.
Hawaii's Department of Health has released its first report on the implementation of the state's Our Care, Our Choice Act. As expected, the law is being used sparingly and with no issues.
Massachusetts lawmakers are again considering death with dignity legislation in 2019. Death with Dignity is supporting a local group in its work.
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Death with dignity supporters share their personal connection to the movement, emphasizing the importance of personal choice, quality of life over quantity, and granting to all what should be a basic human right: the ability to determine the time and manner of one's death.
Every day, we hear from individuals who have lost a loved one to a terminal illness. Their personal stories inform their support of aid in dying and inspire us to continue working toward the day when all terminally ill Americans have the right to decide how they die.
The events of the past few weeks in California have caused confusion and distress among the state's residents and sparked outrage among death with dignity supporters nationwide. Here is an overview of where things stand and what's next.
Elaine Fong shares her unique perspective on death as a design challenge, and design as a field that, like end-of-life care, requires “a combination of creativity and empathy.”
Our partner organization, End of Life Choices New York (EOLCNY) is one of the oldest state-based Death with Dignity organizations in the country. For the past 18 years, EOLCNY staff and volunteers have…
“What Needed to be Done”: Barbara Roberts on the Past, Present, and Future of the Death with Dignity Movement
Former Oregon Governor Barbara Roberts reflects on her decades of leadership in the Death with Dignity movement catalyzed by her late husband, Frank.