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Boston Globe - 02 Nov 2014 Mixed medical views on Brittany Maynard's choice to die
Brain cancer patient Brittany Maynard decided to end her life over the weekend with pills prescribed by her doctor in Oregon — one of three states that have “death with dignity” laws — but doctors, medical ethicists, and patient rights activists in ...
USA TODAY - 07 Jun 2019 'What I want is a peaceful death': Kevin Roster has only weeks to live – and that's why he moved to California
Kevin Roster, who is terminally ill, moved from New Jersey to California for its medical aid in dying law.
Live Action News - 18 Sep 2019 Suicide is a tragedy -- even for the sick, disabled, and dying
Suicide is something people want to prevent at all costs — unless the person is sick, disabled, elderly, or poor. When Brittany Maynard was diagnosed with an ...
Patheos - 20 Sep 2019 Religious shaming, shunning powerful predictors of LGBTQ suicide
Science tells us that subconscious ideas often lead us unwittingly to suicide. But religious LGBTQ youths know exactly what pushes them toward the edge.
NJ.com - 27 Feb 2019 My newlywed wife ended her life on her terms. Brittany Maynard advocated for aid-in-dying laws
Today, I continue to fulfill my promise to Brittany, who died on Nov. 1, 2014, to carry on her message to pass laws authorizing medical aid in dying.
TODAY - 17 Jul 2019 What are the symptoms of glioblastoma? Brain cancer treatment, survival rates
Glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) is the most common and most aggressive form of brain cancer in adults. Learn about the symptoms, treatment and prognosis.
CNN - 03 Nov 2014 Brittany Maynard, 'death with dignity' advocate, dies
Brittany Maynard, the 29-year-old who said she had terminal brain cancer, took medication to end her life under Oregon's "Death with Dignity Act," advocacy ...
TIME - 16 May 2018 Brittany Maynard's Husband Is Fighting Again for Right-to-Die Law After It Was Overturned
Brittany Maynard garnered national attention when she and her husband packed their belongings into a U-Haul and drove 600 miles north from California to ...
CNN - 02 Nov 2014 Brittany Maynard: My right to death with dignity at 29
Brittany Maynard has glioblastoma, an aggressive brain cancer, and will not live long. Here, she tells her story and how she will say goodbye with dignity.
CNN - 03 Nov 2014 Brittany Maynard releases new video on decision to die
Brittany Maynard says in a new video that she hasn't decided yet when she'll end her life, but it's a decision she's still determined to make.
TIME - 17 Sep 2015 Brittany Maynard's Widower: What I've Learned in the Past Year
I've spent almost a year without my wife, Brittany Maynard, who passed away last November. But in some sense, she has been entirely present. Last week, the ...
Today.com - 03 Jun 2018 Brittany Maynard’s husband tells Megyn Kelly about her decision to die
After being diagnosed with terminal brain cancer in 2014, Brittany Maynard made headlines when she decided to use medication to end her own life at the age ...
USA TODAY - 12 Jun 2019 Maine legalizes medically assisted suicide, joining seven other states and District of Columbia
Maine legalized medically assisted suicide on Wednesday, becoming the eighth state to allow terminally ill people to end their lives with medication.
CBS News - 14 Oct 2014 Brittany Maynard dying with dignity before cancer takes her life
Brittany Maynard thinks she may die before the end of the month -- and she seems very sure that she is going to end her life on her terms. But as certain as she ...
Vox - 21 Sep 2017 My wife chose to end her life after battling cancer. Now I fight for others to have that choice.
Brittany Maynard's widower is continuing to fight for her legacy.
The Atlantic - 22 Jan 2019 The Doctors Who Invented a New Way to Help People Die
The two lethal medications used by terminal patients who wish to end their own life recently became unavailable or prohibitively expensive.
New York Magazine - 10 Jun 2019 What Does This False Euthanasia Story Tell Us About the Christian Right?
Noa Pothoven didn't receive euthanasia, but English-language readers helped spread false reports of her death anyway.
People Magazine - 09 May 2017 New Brittany Maynard Video Released on One-Year Anniversary of Launch of Her Campaign
On the one-year anniversary of the launch of Brittany Maynard's online video campaign with Compassion & Choices, the nonprofit has…
People Magazine - 24 Oct 2016 Brittany Maynard's Loved Ones Recount Her Harrowing, Heartbreaking Medical Journey
When Brittany Maynard first started having mysterious headaches off and on in the spring of 2013, she went to see…
TIME - 24 Feb 2015 Aid in Dying and 'First Do No Harm' Are Compatible
Doctors pledge to 'first do no harm,' so why is it illegal in many states to help terminal patients like Brittany Maynard die peacefully?