end of life
"It’s very surreal locking in a date to die. But I haven’t had any doubts, because it’s just a question of timing."
Four Canadians are legally allowed to use magic mushrooms for end-of-life therapy. We spoke to one of them, Laurie Brooks, about how it has helped her.
Health Minister Patty Hajdu has granted four people with terminal cancer access to psilocybin mushrooms through an exemption to the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act.
Virtual reality can create an out-of-body experience, but can it also reduce the fear of death?
Researchers are hoping learning to let go of the physical body will reduce anxiety about death.
I got a text from my sister: On Friday, our Oma was going to die.
Doctors in France have made an unexpected u-turn on plans to end a man’s life support and have handed the case back to the courts.
Vincent Lambert, left severely brain damaged by a traffic accident in 2008, has been at the center of an emotional family legal battle.
Opponents of the bill say the proposed law is “euthanasia in sheep’s clothing,” but for euthanasia advocates, the bill does not go far enough.
French legislators have submitted a proposal endorsing the right to “deep and continuous sedation” until death for terminally patients.