I believe that in the end, allowing a person and family the dignity and respect to make choices is what allows peace to take place.
Pueblo Health Educator
Pueblo of Cochiti
Professor of Medical Social Work at New Mexico State University and is a mother of two with stage 4 breast cancer
a compassionate option.
Rio Rancho, living with terminal cancer
Every single patient I have cared for as they go through their dying process has approached it differently and because of that, I fervently believe that every single one of us requires the full complement of options open to us as we face that end.
Dr. Katherine Morris
Surgical Oncologist, and co-plaintif Morris v. New Mexico
None of us should be denied how we want to die when faced with a terminal illness. No one should make that decision for us.
Poem Swentzell, LMSW