Medical aid in dying put my father in charge when there were decisions to be made about various procedures and treatments specifically because he had an alternative other than debilitating suffering.
News Release — Patient Choices Vermont October 4, 2016 Contact: Betsy Walkerman (802) 448-0542 Patient Choices Vermont (PCV) recently conducted an extensive Vermont candidate election survey, examining the voting records of incumbent legislators and querying new office seekers regarding their support or opposition to end-of-life choice. Based on their findings, PCV is pleased to endorse […]
News Release — Patient Choices Vermont May 20, 2016 Contact: Betsy Walkerman (802) 448-0542 www.PatientChoices.org A Growing Number of Terminally-Ill Vermonters Using the Law Montpelier, VT– End-of-life choice advocates today honored the three-year anniversary of Vermont’s Patient Choice at the End-of-Life law, which was signed into law by Governor Peter Shumlin on May 20, 2013. […]
Opponents of the law are running ads on television and radio highlighting what they consider the be the law’s main flaws, said Edward Mahoney, president of the Vermont Alliance for Ethical Health Care.