Death with dignity reform

Death with dignity reform

Victorians will be able to instruct their doctors to not give them life-prolonging treatment for possible future illnesses, under a state government push to allow people to die with dignity.

As a condition of hospital funding, patients will now be encouraged to create ”advance care plans” setting out the kind of medical care they would want in the event of illnesses such as dementia, cancer or brain damage.

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