When my mother was dying of Alzheimer’s disease and the sharp bodily decline that hits those in their late 90s, my wife and I brought her home for care.
One doctor infamously said he didn’t need palliative care when he had euthanasia.
It rarely fails. I see a news story lauding a suicide-prevention program. But then I check it out.
A lot of people are cheering the law enacted recently, which permits terminally ill people access to experimental drugs not yet approved by the FDA.
Cecily Saunders, who created the modern hospice movement, stood steadfastly against assisted-suicide legalization.