GIVE US GOOD CHOICES, NOT FEARFUL BANS

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In May this year, in these pages, Peter Short wrote a forthright opinion piece declaring that he was dying of oesophageal cancer, had a supply of Nembutal and would end his own life at a time of his choosing. In January this year, his doctors gave him six months to live. He is still very much alive and is campaigning vigorously for the passage of legislation that would make it easier for people to do what he declares he will do: choose the manner and timing of their own deaths over medically protracted indignity and suffering. I am writing to…

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