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Supporters optimistic that aid-in-dying legislation could get vote in 2024 General Assembly

December 5, 2023

When someone is facing only months to live due to terminal illness, they may consider a physician’s assistance to ease the pain of dying and have more control over what their final moments may look like. But in Maryland, a physician is currently prohibited from participating in so-called “medical aid-in-dying.” Maryland lawmakers have tried year after year, but so far, no bill to legalize medical aid in dying has passed.

Article Source: Maryland Matters

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