B.C. woman who won right to assisted suicide no longer fears painful death
Gloria Taylor Gloria Taylor, who suffers from Lou Gehrig's disease and won a doctor-assisted suicide challenge in the British Columbia Supreme Court, pauses during a news conference in Vancouver on Monday.
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#1 Jun 19, 2012
When does the "right to die" become a duty to die? Quite soon, I'm afraid, especially in today's tough economic times.
Doctors should get back to doing their job properly. Their job is to help patients, not kill them.
“Dan IS the Man”
Since: May 12
#2 Jun 24, 2012
I understand your fear that death will become an obligation, but people should be able to die, to see out the last days/hours of their lives, on their own terms.
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