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A terminally ill man who was about to be helped to die via physician-assisted suicide under Oregon’s Death With Dignity law, offered those who were there to help him the information that he had twice voted against the law when it was a ballot initiative in l994 and l997.

But now that he needed assisted dying he had changed his mind.

(Under this law a doctor may prescribe a lethal oral overdose for a dying adult — residents only — who requested it 14 days previously.)

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