Letters: Wishing to die

Re "The case against assisted suicide," Letters, Nov. 14

Regarding Marilyn Golden's objection to assisted suicide, let's hope that she never has to "legally receive palliative sedation, in which [the terminally ill] are sedated while their underlying disease causes a natural death."

I cannot think of anything more frightening or appalling. Imagine the horror of what might be going on in the mind of the terminally ill person while this is allowed to happen.

Marshall Belgrad

Santa Clarita


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