Death with Dignity

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Does an aborted baby avoid "forced life"?
18 Sep 2019 11:56 #71

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www.kevinmd.com/blog/2019/08/sometimes-a...-with-open-arms.html

To be REALLY heard......hard choices require a doctor to OPEN their hearts.....THAT takes
a moment of DEEP reflection....by the patient AND the doctor.
28 Sep 2019 14:56 #72

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From: sentinelcolorado.com 10/9/2019


DENVER | A Colorado doctor fired after tying to help a terminally ill man obtain drugs to end his life has filed an updated lawsuit that challenges her firing by a Christian hospital company.

In the case against Centura Health filed Monday, Dr. Barbara Morris alleges it retaliated against her in violation of Colorado’s assisted suicide law and that it unlawfully inserted itself the doctor-patient relationship. Colorado law prohibits corporations from interfering with a physician’s professional judgment.

Morris was fired in August after she and patient Neil Mahoney asked a judge to say whether Centura could stop her from helping him. He has sought help elsewhere and isn’t part of lawsuit anymore.

Centura said Tuesday it’s now only an employment contract case about whether an employer can fire a worker who violates its policies.

However, Morris attorney Jason Spitalnick says it’s about whether Centura’s polices can violate Colorado law.

Does this post violate TOS?
Last edit: 09 Oct 2019 13:37 by ramage. Reason: Question regarding policy
09 Oct 2019 13:35 #73

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ramage wrote: From: sentinelcolorado.com 10/9/2019


DENVER | A Colorado doctor fired after tying to help a terminally ill man obtain drugs to end his life has filed an updated lawsuit that challenges her firing by a Christian hospital company.

In the case against Centura Health filed Monday, Dr. Barbara Morris alleges it retaliated against her in violation of Colorado’s assisted suicide law and that it unlawfully inserted itself the doctor-patient relationship. Colorado law prohibits corporations from interfering with a physician’s professional judgment.

Morris was fired in August after she and patient Neil Mahoney asked a judge to say whether Centura could stop her from helping him. He has sought help elsewhere and isn’t part of lawsuit anymore.

Centura said Tuesday it’s now only an employment contract case about whether an employer can fire a worker who violates its policies.

However, Morris attorney Jason Spitalnick says it’s about whether Centura’s polices can violate Colorado law.


I live on the western slope (Montrose)......Montrose Memorial will NOT participate/nor allow
their employees(doctors) to participate as long as they have hospital privileges there. the hospice HOPEWEST is the pallative care source.....THEY will not even speak to the director of
Compassion and Choices......and will NOT approve. St Mary's in Grand JCT. WOULD BE the equivalent of Centura and THEY are violating the Colo law......MY ONLY choice is to go over
Monarch Pass to Salida if I wish to exercise the law.

Here is a tool for any individual who wishes to exercise the law.

www.compassionandchoices.org/find-care/

09 Oct 2019 13:57 #74

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Replied by homeagain on topic Death with Dignity

www.kevinmd.com/blog/2017/11/heres-death...lly-sounds-like.html

after all is said and done.....quiet and peace are the TRUE measure of a good death.
10 Oct 2019 15:57 #75

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