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Live life on your terms Compassion & Choices improves care, expands options and empowers everyone to chart their end-of-life journey.

Live life
on your terms

Live life on your terms Compassion & Choices improves care, expands options and empowers everyone to chart their end-of-life journey.

Learn more about planning your care Take action to improve care and expand end-of-life options
Learn more about planning your care Take action to improve care and expand end-of-life options

City of Hope Presents: How Medical Aid in Dying Really Works in Authorized States February 4, 2021 12:15 p.m. PT

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Albuquerque Journal Guest Column: As a doctor, I believe death should not be gut-wrenching  

An excerpt from the Albuquerque Journal guest column, “As a doctor, I believe death should not be gut-wrenching,” by Deming resident…

Compassion & Choices Leads Virtual Rally, Unveils New TV Ad Featuring Dr. Jeff & Jennifer Milich, Terminally Ill Buffalo Resident  

Earlier today, Compassion & Choices announced the debut of a new 30-second television ad featuring two New Yorkers, Dr. Jeff…

Compassion & Choices Dirige Rally Virtual Mostrando Nuevo Video de Anuncio de Televisión Mostrando al Dr. Jeff Gardere y Jeniffer Milich, de Buffalo que Padece una Enfermedad Terminal  

Compassion & Choices anunció hoy el debut de un anuncio de televisión de 30 segundos, mostrando a dos neoyorquinos, el…

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Amanda Baudanza  

Amanda Baudanza’s husband, TJ Baudanza, suffered a prolonged and painful death from colon cancer at the age of 32.

“The absence of the option of medical aid in dying in Massachusetts robbed my husband of peace of mind.”

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Roger Kligler, M.D.  

Roger Kligler is a retired physician in Falmouth, MA, living with prostate cancer.

“I want this option to be clearly authorized in Massachusetts in my lifetime—for me, for you, for everyone.”

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