AID IN DYING BILL SPURS EMOTIONAL TESTIMONY FROM BOTH SIDES
9/26/17 6:56 PM
A specialist in kidney diseases who opposes efforts to legalize medical aid in dying, Dr. William Lawton has cared for patients facing end of life decisions for 50 years, he told lawmakers Tuesday. This June the 74-year-old Sutton physician received a diagnosis of incurable cancer of the pancreas, and as he faces the final stages of life he wants to "remain alive for as long as I can," he told the Public Health Committee.
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