Doctors who specialize in geriatric medicine say they’re seeing Kentuckians with advanced cancer and other serious illnesses travel out of state to end their lives on their own terms. It may mean going to Oregon, which as of [4/1/2022] will no longer require a person to establish residency to be eligible for medical aid in dying.
The Plain Dealer, January 23, 2022, Forum, E1 George F. Will THE WASHINGTON POST January 19, 2022 Late last year, at 3 a.m. in what is a now-normal night, Kim Hoffman awoke with “an unbelievable headache.” These are related to the 30 brain lesions, and the steroids needed to reduce the swelling of the brain. […]
The Plain Dealer, January 23, 2022, Forum, E6 George F. Will The Washington Post January 21, 2022 Although Amanda Villegas’s manual dexterity is hindered by her mild case of cerebral palsy, she is a gifted photographer who documented the last five days of her husband’s life with bladder cancer that metastasized. She has posted the […]
Ohio End of Life Options is excited to announce our very first matching donation challenge! An anonymous donor will match every donation received by the end of 2019, up to $10,000! From the generous donors who have made this commitment: “We are so impressed with the progress that Ohio End of Life Options has made […]
Cleveland.com posted a letter to the editor today submitted by our founder Lisa Vigil Schattinger. Show your support today by commenting on the article directly at Cleveland.com. Also today, Maine’s Death with Dignity law went into effect. This is a great chance to contact your legislators to let them know that Ohioans also want this […]