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Choice in dying has long been progressive in Colombia, alone among South American countries. Reuters is reporting: Colombian Victor Escobar became the first person in the Andean country with a non-terminal illness to die by legally regulated euthanasia late on Friday, his lawyer Luis Giraldo confirmed. “We reached the goal for patients like me, who […]

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Interesting to observe how immediately used is the new medical aid in dying law in Catalonia: On December 2, Catalan health general secretary, Meritxell Masó, published numbers about the people who used the Spanish euthanasia law since the Catalan government implemented this in June 2021 in this part of Spain. Until November 30, 53 requests […]

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Euthanasia Research and Guidance Organization (ERGO) Contacting ERGO and Derek Humphry — Email:  ergo@finalexit.org Web:  https://www.finalexit.org Bookstore:  https://www.finalexit.org/ergo-store BLOG:  www.assisted-dying.org YOUTUBE:  https://www.youtube.com/user/TheFinalExit Donations:  https://www.finalexit.org/ergo-store (see contribute icon) Or mail to  ERGO, 24829 Norris Lane, Junction City, Oregon 97448 USA  

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Katie Engelhart’s new book “The Inevitable” was discussed on the radio recently. This is an extract: BROOKE GLADSTONE This is On the Media on WNYC Radio New on WNYC Radio New York  on 3 December 2021: BROOKE GLADSTONE What do you think about books like ‘Final Exit: The   of Self Deliverance and Assisted Suicide for […]

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Choices in dying.  Donation ? A modest donation to ERGO (nonprofit) would help with our research and our support of inquirers. See the 9th icon (‘How you can contribute…..’) at our web site:           https/::www.finalexit.org/ergo-store Or mail to ERGO, 24829 Norris Lane, Junction City, OR 97448                             Thank you  — Derek Humphry

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The Associated Press is reporting this story of considerable significance to the right-to-die movement: A Portland doctor who says he wants to offer his terminally ill Washington patients the option of assisted suicide filed a federal lawsuit Thursday, saying the residency requirements for Oregon’s assisted suicide law violate the U.S. Constitution. Oregon was the first […]

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After an eight hour debate in the House of Lords on Friday, Baroness Meacher’s Assisted Dying Bill passed its Second Reading unopposed. This is a huge win for the campaign. The Bill will now go to committee stage where it will be further scrutinized. After that it must go to the House of Commons for […]

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Assisted dying will become legal in New Zealand as the End of Life Choice Act is set to come into force from 7 November. The country’s health minister Andrew Little on Tuesday said healthcare systems were ready to implement the law. Mr Little cited a public referendum that was held alongside general elections last year […]

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Sir Patrick Stewart, the actor, has endorsed the campaign to legalize assisted dying in Scotland. The 81-year-old, whose credits include Star Trek: The Next Generation on television and the X-Men series of blockbuster movies, told The Sunday Times that such legislation “is the mark of a forward-thinking, progressive society”. Last month Liam McArthur, a Liberal […]

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On Oct. 5, 2021, the bill to improve the California End of Life Option Act, was signed into law. SB 380 goes into effect on January 1, 2022 and makes the following changes: The mandatory minimum waiting period between the 1st and 2nd oral request will be reduced from 15 days to 48 hours. Healthcare […]

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