One cancer survivor’s case for assisted suicide

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Cancer patient Judy Govatos, of Wilmington, is an advocate for allowing terminally ill people to end their lives with medical help. (Erin Reynolds/WHYY)

Cancer patient Judy Govatos, of Wilmington, is an advocate for allowing terminally ill people to end their lives with medical help. (Erin Reynolds/WHYY)

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New Jersey recently became the eighth state to decriminalize assisted suicide, and allow terminally ill residents to end their lives with medical help. Two-time cancer survivor Judy Govatos, of Wilmington, explains why she’s pushing lawmakers in Delaware to follow suit.

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