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Nothing Left Unsaid

If you ever find it difficult to talk about your last wishes with your loved ones, this podcast from a mother and her son contains some surprising lessons. At age 88, the mother decided to end her life in Switzerland.…

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Solving for X at the End of Life

"Here is what we learned: We are failing at dying. Instead of a time for growth, deep connection, reflection and deliverance, our ends of life are consumed by petty distractions and institutional imperatives. The dying people we interviewed had not…

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Dementia and Medical Aid in Dying

Australia's former Chief Scientist, Professor Ian Chubb, discusses dementia and the right to Voluntary Assisted Dying in an emotional and compelling interview. Listen to the 8-minute broadcast here: Click here

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A Time to Die

A Time to Die is a new documentary film currently airing in the UK on ITV1. The film begins by noting that over 425 million people around the world now have the right to some form of medically assisted suicide. In…

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Alzheimer’s Death by VSED

A Minnesota woman with Alzheimer's disease chose to end her life by voluntarily stopping eating and drinking (VSED) and wanted to make her story public. Click here for full story

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Hospices not complying with state law

Sixteen months after California began requiring health care providers, including home health agencies and hospices, to post on their websites their medical aid in dying policies, only a handful are complying.  Click here to read KPBS's story on hospices not…

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