ABCTerminally ill British man in right-to-die court fight

Jul 17, 2017 - ABC

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A British man who is terminally ill with motor neuron disease is asking the High Court to let him end his life. Noel Conway is going to court Monday to challenge a ban on assisted suicide, arguing it is incompatible with human rights protections. Conway was diagnosed with the degenerative condition in 2014 and is expected to die within a year. He wishes to be able to enlist assistance to bring about a "peaceful and dignified" death at a time of his choosing. A previous challenge to...

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