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There are no assisted suicide "safeguards" that can ever protect those most vulnerable in society, particularly in a state as diverse as California. SACRAMENTO, Calif., Jan.
Senators Bill Monning, Lois Wolk Craft Legislation to Authorize Aid in Dying for Terminally Ill Adults in Golden State SACRAMENTO, Calif., Jan.
Disability rights advocates are preparing to work in broad coalition with medical and other groups that oppose legalization of assisted suicide, as proponents announce plans to introduce bills
Survey of 21,000 Physicians Reveals Similarities and Differences in Attitudes on Challenging Ethical Issues NEW YORK, Dec.
Compassion & Choices' Barbara Coombs Lee and other film participants and experts will host post-screening Q&A CHICAGO, Dec.
Health Committee Chair Joseph F. Vitale Refuses Testimony Request from Disability Rights Organizations TRENTON, N.J., Dec.
MONTREAL, Nov. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ - On November 6, 2014, an educational dinner conference entitled "Life is Beautiful" was sponsored by the Coalition of Physicians for Social Justice.
West Hollywood City Council Voted Unanimously on Resolution -- the First of Its Kind in the State of California -- Urging the Los Angeles County District Attorney to Deprioritize Death with Dignity
Death Comes Peacefully After Taking Aid-in-Dying Medication PORTLAND, Ore., Nov.
- A poem in which the author retracts something said in an earlier poem.