A Compassion & Choices Event
Barbara Mancini: Innocent of Assisted Suicide
Hear her cautionary story and what it could mean to you. Barbara Mancini was arrested and prosecuted for “assisting a suicide” in Pennsylvania for simply handing her terminally-ill father his medicine. Her story was featured on 60 Minutes on CBS (see transcript and video (http://www.cbsnews.com/news/ending-life-barbara-mancini-end-of-life-debate/)).
“One important thing I want people to know is that this could happen to you!” — Barbara Mancini
Barbara's talk is free and open to the public at the Burton Barr Central Library Pulliam Auditorium (map (https://www.google.com/maps/place/Burton+Barr+Central+Libraryfirstname.lastname@example.org,-112.073176,16z/data=%214m2%213m1%211s0x0:0x91c09c861ba4ed55?hl=en-US)), but RSVPs to Compassion & Choices are required. Register online here (https://www.compassionandchoices.org/what-you-can-do/get-involved/az-burton-barr-library/) or call[masked] ext. 2162
A majority of Arizonans (57%) believe doctors should be allowed to assist patients living with incurable disease and in severe pain to end their lives. http://choicesarizona.org/azpoll.htm