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Right-to-Die Hospice (Minneapolis)

Come discuss “Right to Die Hospice” with James Park at First Unitarian of Minneapolis.  This Sunday, January 3, 2016, from 9:30 to 10:15.

A right-to-die hospice program would allow all legal methods of dying in that location. In Minnesota this now includes:
(1) increasing pain medication
(2) terminal sedation
(3) ending life supports
(4) medical dehydration

If and when Minnesota becomes a right-to-die state, a fifth method of dying will be added: gentle poison.

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