Motor neurone sufferer wants to choose when he will die

Thu, 15 Oct, 2015

Motor neurone sufferer David Stephens wants the right to choose when he will die. In just a year, the incurable neurological disease has left the 64-year-old Canterbury father, grandfather and former businessman unable to eat, struggling for breath and facing life without control of his body. More... (The Press)

Motor neurone sufferer David Stephens wants the right to choose when he will die. In just a year, the incurable neurological disease has left the 64-year-old Canterbury father, grandfather and former businessman unable to eat, struggling for breath and facing life without control of his body. More... (The Press)

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