Stephanie’s Journey

“I can’t sit and watch that happen without having something to say about it, I can see solutions. It’s not easy, but life isn’t meant to be easy.” Stephanie Packer, a 32-year old mother of four, diagnosed in 2012 with a terminal diagnosis, shares her reasons for opposing assisted suicide. Featuring Dr. Aaron Kheriaty. When…

How One Woman Chose Assisted Suicide…Then Survived

In 1994, Jeannette Hall, a resident of King City, Ore., voted in favor of Ballot Measure 16, which for the first time in the United States, would allow terminally ill patients to end their own lives through physician-assisted suicide. “I thought, hey, I wouldn’t want anyone to suffer,” Hall told The Daily Signal. “So I…