• Doctors shouldn’t help end life
    January 31,2013
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    We do not support doctor-assisted end of life for terminally ill people in Vermont. We feel that doctors are here to help people get through life, not to end a Vermonter’s life.

    We feel the end of a life is not in a doctor’s hands, but in much higher hands than ours. And we should do all we can to comfort all people who are very ill here in Vermont.

    HENRY DEAN STONE Jr.

    Castleton
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