"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."
When New Zealand goes to the polls next month, the country will become the first in the world to let its people decide whether or not euthanasia should be decriminalised.
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"After a minute and a half, you feel disoriented. In five minutes, you're gone."
Since being legalized last year, new data shows voluntary euthanasia has grown by nearly 50 percent.
I got a text from my sister: On Friday, our Oma was going to die.
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