Dating for terminally ill people
But their joy was shattered in summer 2015 when Sarah found a lump in her breast.
She had treatment but despite chemo and radiotherapy the cancer spread and last year Sarah was told it was incurable.
Hannah looks so beautiful yet as pointed out is in so much pain.
Life can be so cruel but moments like these inspire.
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“Terminally ill people are taking their own lives, often in secret and without support, with the potential of causing even more distress for themselves and their loved ones.” The group sent requests under the Freedom of information Act to all local authorities in England asking how many suicides coroners dealt with involved a terminal illness.
Of the 49 which provided detailed figures, only six recorded whether or not there was a background of terminal illness, although several said they would now do so.
The bill was granted second reading and is due to come before peers again for its committee stage on November 7.It argues that protections under Lord Falconer’s Assisted Dying Bill, which is due to come back before the House of Lords next month, could actively reduce the number of terminally ill people taking their lives because those suffering depression could be more easily identified and offered support.Sarah Wootton, chief executive of the group, said: “The findings in the report show why it is imperative that we no longer turn a blind eye to people’s suffering at the end of life.“Politicians need to act now and give dying people the option, and the peace of mind, to know they can control the manner and timing of their death.“The current law does not protect patients, healthcare professionals or family members.