One cancer survivor’s case for assisted suicide
Wilmington resident Judy Govatos has survived cancer twice. If it returns, she wants to be able to choose how to die and is pushing for a controversial bill in Delaware.Listen 12:03
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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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