All life is precious. But I have a disease that will kill me and want the right to end my pain when I choose, says Hilary Freeman All reports of suicide are sad, but I was particularly distressed to hear of the death of Cari Loder earlier this week. Loder, who had Multiple Sclerosis (MS), was famous for pioneering a home-made treatment for the disease which, at one time, appeared to hold so much promise that a drug company invested funds for a clinical trial.
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Friends at the End is a Scottish Charity promoting knowledge and understanding of end of life choices and campaigning to change the law to allow Assisted Dying in the UK.
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