Oh, yay. I see that assisted suicide is back in the news. Since the rationale for suicide stems from the near-certainty of a protracted, painful death or end-of-life dementia in certain cases, I feel qualified to comment. At 61, I still vividly recall my mother’s death from colon cancer when I was 23. She was only 53. What I learned from that could fill a book, but for your sake, I’ll be brief.
My first book, Chataine's Guardian, was published in 1984: the beginning of one wild ride.