The greatest human freedom is to live, and die, according to one's own desires and beliefs. Looking ahead to 2013, the Death with Dignity National Center is excited to continue helping friends in Massachusetts (such as Jim Carberry in this photo), the dedicated advocates in Vermont, and people
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Because opponents of physician-assisted death rely on unproven myths to make their case, the foundation to enacting new Death with Dignity Acts is a public which understands the facts about these laws.