I arrived at my friend’s party. A few hours later she died, exactly as planned.

On June 9, 2016, the End of Life Options Act, a law that allows terminally ill adults to take an aid-in-dying medication, went into effect in California. Three weeks later I got an email from Betsy, an artist at the end of a three-year battle with ALS. She’d met with doctors, filed paperwork, and picked the date when she could self-administer the drug.


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