Friday, December 2, 2011

Canadian Woman Seeking Assisted Suicide Speaks Out

Here's the latest from the woman who is at the heart of the current Canadian court case seeking to legalize assisted suicide.
'I don't want to die': assisted suicide advocate
A B.C. woman slowly dying from Lou Gehrig's disease made an emotional plea Wednesday for the right to die when she chooses and with the help of a doctor.
Gloria Taylor, 63, is a plaintiff in a lawsuit challenging Canada's law against physician assisted suicide. She was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis two years ago, and since then has watched her health and independence slip away. more

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