FULL REPORT by Drea Humphrey: https://rebelne.ws/3R6d063
Imagine living in a province where the healthcare system has failed you so much that you are considering opting to be euthanized — aka receiving medical assistance in dying (MAID).
That’s what Rosie Ashcraft, a Victoria, B.C. mother of two who suffers from a rare and painful illness called Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS), has recently had to deal with. We spoke with Rosie to share her story.
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