People have until September 28 to lend their support, potentially legalizing the therapeutic prescription of molly and mushrooms.
Some patients, however, have no other options.
"My parents were very open with me, allowing me to document our lives at such a delicate time."
"I sleep a lot, almost as if my body can't really be bothered with the whole staying awake thing."
Promising research suggests psychedelic experiences could be the future of palliative care.
Just as quickly as my family learned of my father's diagnosis, everything in our lives changed.
A so-called right to try bill in the US Senate seeks to help the terminally ill get greater access to experimental drugs. But it may also serve to hamstring the federal government.
Terminally ill California patients will now be able to request life-ending medications from their doctors.
At issue is the narrowness of the proposed law, which restricts medically-assisted death to mentally-sound adults over 18 who have a "serious and incurable illness, disease or disability" and voluntarily consent to die.
When I was diagnosed with testicular cancer, social media became a way to control my own cancer narrative, with honesty and humor.
How do you prepare for a comedy special knowing it might be your last?
Most controversially, the report says that assisted death should be available to those with mental illnesses or psychiatric conditions, and eventually, to minors.