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Whose Life Is It Anyway?

by Linda Ryan Not long ago, the House of Lords in London undertook a consideration of physician-assisted death and whether or not it should be

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Brittany Maynard has died

Brittany Maynard, a 29 year old woman who moved to Oregon with her family in order to take advantage of that state’s Death with Dignity

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Spelling out end of life views: a spiritual act

… just 35 percent of all adults say they’ve written down their end-of-life treatment wishes in any form of advance directive. Another 31 percent say they’ve talked about this with someone, but one in three Americans have said or done nothing to spell out what should be done if a time comes when they cannot speak for themselves.

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