Diane Rehm With Katy Sewall ‘On My Own’

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Town Hall Seattle says
In Washington, the Death with Dignity Act allows terminally ill patients to receive lethal doses of medication from physicians. The late John Rehm, husband of beloved NPR radio host, Diane Rehm, didn’t have that option in Maryland when his Parkinson’s reached a critical stage. John and Diane made waves in the social justice and medical community when he decided to slowly end his life in 2014. Rehm—who is retiring after more than 30 years— has written a memoir about why she’s now an advocate for “aid in dying,” advice for others struggling through the grief process, and what it means to start over. She’ll appear in conversation with Town Hall’s Katy Sewall, formerly a KUOW Senior Producer and Host, to discuss her views on this still controversial issue; her husband’s long, emotional death; her recent retirement; and what it means to be “on her own.”
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By: Town Hall Seattle

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