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Dr. Mark Needham, Family Physician and Assistant Clinical Professor at UCLA.


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Terminally ill adults now have the right to die on their own terms in California. The so-called End of Life Option Act went into  effect Thursday .

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Terminally ill adults now have the right to die on their own terms in California. The so-called End of Life Option Act went into effect Thursday .

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