Meet the Woman Who's Picked Her Own Death Date
"I don't want someone else deciding for me whether I'm ready to die or not. I'm not a child anymore—I know what I want."
How Assisted Suicide Affects Doctors
Many physicians are still conflicted about it.
Ronald W. Pies
A Doctor Built a Machine That Helps People Die
"After a minute and a half, you feel disoriented. In five minutes, you're gone."
Marjolein de Jong
Assisted Death Was the Best Option For My Grandmother
I got a text from my sister: On Friday, our Oma was going to die.
What the Supreme Court Nomination Means for All of Us
Here’s how Neil Gorsuch has ruled on birth control and trans rights, plus his thoughts on right-to-die laws.
Canada legalized assisted suicide, but there aren't enough doctors to keep up with demand
In the western province of Alberta, provincial officials are trying to find more doctors willing to offer assisted dying.
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Assisted suicide is legal in Canada but no one knows how many are choosing to die
Medically assisted suicide has been legal across Canada since June, and in Quebec since December.
Canada just passed a law that regulates assisted suicide
Assisted suicide has been technically legal in Canada since June 6, which is the date in which a Supreme Court of Canada ruling that struck down the ban on doctor-assisted death took effect. Now, there are rules.
California Becomes Fifth US State to Allow Aid in Dying for Terminal Patients
Terminally ill California patients will now be able to request life-ending medications from their doctors.
Assisted Suicide Is Now Legal in Canada — And One Province Is Providing Free Drugs to Do It
Canada's federal government missed its June 6 deadline to implement its assisted death legislation, so provinces are taking things into their own hands when it comes to regulating how and when people can end their own lives.
Sexual Abuse Victim in Her 20s Allowed Suicide by Doctors in Netherlands
After living with "unbearable" trauma despite psychiatric treatment, a Dutch woman was allowed to end her life. We spoke with a sexual trauma counselor about how to help patients who feel hopeless.