We all should have right to ‘death with dignity’
In her column, “Even if you’re dying, until you die, you’re still living” (Star-Advertiser, Aug. 13), Froma Harrop reviewed parts of Paul Kalanithi’s book, “When Breath Becomes Air.”
This bestseller is a sad but poignant story about a young neurosurgeon who discovered that he had late-stage lung cancer.
Eventually, everyone faces their mortality, and there are a variety of choices that each of us can make.
Here in Hawaii, death with dignity has not been legislated into law.