What criteria must a patient fit to choose aid in dying?

David R. Grube, MD
Family Medicine
To choose aid in dying, a patient must fit certain criteria including a terminal diagnosis, and residency in certain states. Watch as family medicine specialist David Grube, MD, discusses these criteria, and shares the states where it's now legal.

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