Roger Foley


“Assisted dying is easier to access than safe and appropriate disability supports to live”

Candice Lewis

Newfoundland, Canada 

During an emergency hospital stay, 25 year old Candice Lewis says doctors tried to pressure her into an assisted death.

Jeanette Hall

Oregon, USA

“I am so happy to be alive! If my doctor had believed in assisted suicide, I would be dead. Assisted suicide should not be legal.”

Barbara Wagner

Oregon, USA

“If you want to take the pills, we will help you get that from the doctor and we will stand there and watch you die. But we won’t give you the medication to live.”

Kathryn Judson

Oregon, USA

“I was afraid to leave my husband alone again with doctors and nurses.”

Alison Davies


“Had euthanasia or “assisted suicide” been legal I would have missed the best years of my life.”

Stephanie Packer

California, USA

“As soon as this law was passed — and you see it everywhere when these laws are passed — patients fighting for a longer life end up getting denied treatment, because this will always be the cheapest option…”

Claire Freeman


“I wanted assisted suicide because I wasn’t coping with my life. Now that I’ve put the support in place, I love my life.”

Christopher Jones


“My experience has reinforced my conviction that the law prohibiting assisted suicide is an essential bulwark against well-meaning but unwarranted judgements about the value of life and the desirability of ending it in order to minimise or eliminate suffering.”

Tom Mortier


“The big problem in our society is that apparently we have lost the meaning of taking care of each other”