Jane St. Clair’s mother, father and sister all died of cancer. She spent weeks with them as they were cared for in hospice. Jane drew on these painful experiences to write Walk Me to Midnight, and later became involved in the movement against assisted suicide and now serves on the board of directors of Hospice Patients Alliance. See www.hospicepatients.org.
“Thirty Logical Reasons to Vote Against Assisted Suicide Laws” came out during the 2008 election cycle and has been viewed over 50,000 times because it presents non-religious arguments against legalizing assisted suicide. “Assisted Suicide and Your End-of-Life Chats With Your Doctors” was picked up for Politico and other prominent websites during the healthcare debate.
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