When my time comes : conversations about whether those who are dying should have the right to determine when life should end
—Rehm, Diane, interviewer.
Book
2020
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"A series of interviews on the topics of end-of-life care and the right-to-die movement"-- Provided by publisher.

Item Details
Subjects:
Assisted suicide.
Physicians -- Interviews.
Right to die.
Terminal care -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Terminally ill -- Interviews.
ISBN:
9780525654759
0525654755
Edition:
First edition.
Description:
xv, 227 pages ; 22 cm
Notes:
"This is a Borzoi book published by Alfred A. Knopf"--Title page verso.
Contents:
Barbara Coombs Lee, President of Compassion & Choices
Lori Wallace-Pushinaitis, a terminal cancer patient, and Dr. Catherine Sonquist Forest, Lori's end-of-life care doctor
Christina Puchalski, board certified palliative care physician
Dan Diaz, widower of Brittany Maynard
Martha Kay Nelson, Director of Spiritual Care at Mission Hospice
Heather Massey, death educator
The Reverend William Lamar, African Methodist Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C.
Dr. Roger Kligler, a supporter of MAID
Stella Dawson-Klein, widow of Mary Klein
Dr. Katalin Roth, Professor of Medicine at George Washington University
Mary Cheh, Professor of Constitutional Law and member of the D.C. City Council
Eric Luedtke, Delegate from the Maryland House of Delegates
Alexa Fraser, a Death With Dignity supporter
Father John Tuohey, a Roman Catholic priest
Bill Roberts, a terminal cancer patient and friend of the author's
Dr. Lonny Shavelson, Director of Bay Area End-of-Life Options
Deborah Gatzek Kratter, a patient of Dr. Shavelson's
Dr. David Grube, National Medical Director of Compassion and Choices
Four students who attended Dr. Grube's lecture
Dr. William Toffler, National Director, Physicians for Compassionate Care; Professor Emeritus, Oregon Health and Sciences Univ.
Allan Christopher Carmichael, widower of Terry Stein, and Dr. Stephanie Marquet, Terry's palliative care physician
The Honorable Selwa "Lucky" Roosevelt, Chief of Protocol in the Reagan administration
Benjamin Zide, the author's grandson.
LCCN:
2019033872
Link to PAC
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