Tell Your Story

You can help others and prevent assisted suicide.


Share your story and make a difference.


  • Were you or someone you know pressured to use assisted suicide, misleadingly known as ‘death with dignity’ or ‘aid in dying’?


  • Did you or a loved one have a chronic, life-threatening illness and personal circumstances where you/they felt like suicide or assisted suicide was your only option?


  • Did a doctor advise you or someone you know of a prognosis of 6 months or less that was wrong by months, years, or even decades?


  • Were you or a loved one denied coverage for a life-sustaining treatment or medication by your HMO or insurance company?


  • Please share any personal story that may help others see the untold implications of assisted suicide.

Do you or someone you know have a story to tell?


If this is an emergency, please call 911 immediately.


If you believe someone is breaking the law in any way, please contact your local authorities.


By sharing your story and entering your contact information you are giving permission to Patient’s Rights Action Fund, Inc. and/or its representative to contact you to use your story in its public advocacy against assisted suicide.

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