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Joe Collier, acting chair of Healthcare Professionals for Assisted Dying (HPAD) said: "Ann helped found HPAD expressly because she herself was terminally ill and wanted others in her position to have the choice of dying with dignity.
From a palliative nurse's perspective, dying with dignity is a very important goal of the care provided in palliative care.
As the German Catholic theologian Hans Kung wrote in his book, Dying with Dignity, "No one should be compelled to die, but no one should be compelled to live either.
Susan Rien, of Fair Oaks (near Sacramento), daughter of a San Diego man who died of cancer, said her father asked for help in dying with dignity.
His choice to direct it, he said, is a matter of dying with dignity - even elegance.