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Why I Campaign # 6 – Mylinh Cao.

“I’ve always been interested in minority rights and other human rights issues, having been involved in Amnesty International and in the Violence Against Women Unit of the Home Office.

“In honesty I hadn’t given a lot of thought to end of life issues before I joined Dignity in Dying.  I’m fortunate to not have had direct experience of a loved one’s death, and I rarely if ever considered what my own death would involve or look like. But the truth is – and this is something I’ve learned since I joined – the suffering of others now, and their fight for choice at the end of life, is something that will affect all of us.

“This campaign fights for choice at the end of life for everyone; it is fighting to secure future generations the dignity in death that is currently denied and is endured by those suffering right now.”

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