Keyword: Roger M. Kligler
With its members arguing for and against physician-assisted dying, the American Medical Association voted to continue to review its stance.
Doctors' groups are dropping opposition to medical aid in dying—a move that helps pave the way to legalization of physician-assisted death.
Two state medical societies have dropped their opposition to medical aid-in-dying, a position that mirrors growing acceptance among many doctors.
The ethical questions surrounding physician-assisted suicide are back in the headlines with President Donald Trump’s choice of Neil M. Gorsuch, who is on record as deeply opposing assisted death, to the Supreme Court.
A Massachusetts doctor, diagnosed with stage 4 metastatic prostate cancer, is continuing his legal fight to ensure his right to die.
Roger M. Kligler, M.D. says his decision to sue the state of Massachusetts seeking the right to die was one of the toughest decisions of his life.
A retired Massachusetts doctor, who says he witnessed the suffering of many cancer patients at the end their lives, filed a lawsuit this week seeking the right to die using self-administered medication.