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Brittany Maynard's choice is not death with dignity Debra Saunders10:36 a.m. EDT October 15, 2014 (Photo: AP ) I'd like to think that if I got the bad news that Brittany Maynard received — terminal cancer with a prognosis of less than six months left to live —...

In a Sept. 21 column, David Orentlicher proclaims that Indiana can feel comfortable with “aid in dying.” Not if you’re a Hoosier with a disability. Although Dr. Orentlicher claims assisted suicide is not designed “to hasten the deaths of the disadvantaged,” and references the “absence...

As a patient suffering from Spinal Muscular Atrophy Type II, Wisconsin teenager Jerika Bolen spent most of her time in a wheelchair using a ventilator to breathe. She decided to end treatment and died in late September, spurring a new round of the right-to-die debate....

Orlando Sentinel Nov 13, 2016 By: Frederick J. White While deeply committed to effective relief of the pain and suffering of the terminally ill, the American Medical Association has long held a position that I share — that physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia are “fundamentally incompatible with the physician’s...

Assisted suicide bills have been failing consistently in progressive states like New York, Massachusetts, Maryland and Connecticut. New Yorkers are seeing through the euphemisms and misinformation of proponents. Articles like Bonnie Kraham's call what Jack Kevorkian did "care." Assisted suicide proponents claim that this is...

KUSA - This November, you're going to get to vote on anassisted suicide law in Colorado. Supporters of that law have asked 9NEWS not to call it assisted "suicide." They'd rather we call it "medical aid in dying." What follows is our explanation of why we are...

J.J. Hanson doesn’t necessarily believe in luck or miracles, though he is grateful to be alive. The 35-year-old Glen Spey man has bounced back from what many fear most—a cancer death sentence. In his case, he was given four months to live. J.J. Hanson holds a sign...

By Philip Reed Last week, a New York Appellate Court unanimously ruled that there is no constitutional right to physician-assisted suicide. This decision echoed two U.S. Supreme Court cases nearly 20 years earlier, in which the court ruled, also unanimously, that a ban on assisted suicide...