Join Death with Dignity at the table

When Lisa Vigil Schattinger's stepfather—Grandpa Jack—fought a losing battle with a terminal illness, he informed his family and friends that he would request medication under the Oregon Death with Dignity Act. The decision did not come quickly or easily to him as he considered what he would be missing, how he would suffer, what he would be putting his family through. He decided to die free of what the illness would bring, free of losing his autonomy, and free of concern over how his dying would affect his loved ones. This is what Death with Dignity laws make possible.

Come join Death with Dignity National Center at the table to make the option a reality for all Americans. Add your name to take your place today.

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