Sunday, October 28, 2012

Paul Morelli was given six months to live. Video.

Tahni Morelli
The latest message from the Massachusetts Committee Against Physician Assisted Suicide is a short interview with Tahni Morelli and her daughter Julia about the valuable time that they spent with their husband/father after he received a terminal diagnosis.

Paul Morelli was given a six month diagnosis but lived much longer. The time he lived with a terminal diagnosis represented some of the best years of their life. 

Link to the video.

Can doctors accurately predict when someone has six months to live?

The Committee against Physician-Assisted Suicide are working to defeat ballot Question 2 (assisted suicide) that will be voted on by Massachusetts voters on November 6.

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