"Cathy Ludlum and members of the disability-rights organization Second Thoughts Connecticut, said that they fear the passage of aid-in-dying [#AssistedSuicide] legislation would open up the door for broader application and the eventual loss of safeguards"
"'Hospice care's goal is to help people die pain-free...with dignity and surrounded by family and friends,' said Amy Tucci, president of the Hospice Foundation of America. 'So it's a very special thing.'"
"Canada could expand its already controversial #AssistedSuicide program to include terminally ill 'mature minors,' according to a recommendation in a new report from the Canadian Parliament's Special Committee on Medical Assistance in Death [MAID]."
A Port Jefferson nursing home pronounced a resident dead, but she was later discovered alive at a funeral home..." Yet we are to believe that medical professionals can determine one has less than six months to live to qualify for an #AssistedSuicide?