"I don’t believe physician assisted suicide is good healthcare. I believe it would divide healthcare providers while not improving care. As a nurse, I didn’t believe in taking actions with the intention of hastening death, so I focused on providing wholistic care to treat symptoms."
Kathy & Kylen
Assisted suicide is a societal proclamation that Kylen and his peers with disabilities are better off dead than disabled.
Disabled people already face discrimination in health care, from limited accessibility to disparities in treatment and diagnosis. Legalizing assisted suicide is not the answer. It limits real choices for the disabled and other vulnerable people.
In a state that prides itself on exceptional healthcare, let’s advance real care, not hasten death.
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