John Humphrys: One woman’s courage – and why I believe we all have the right to die with dignity Anne Turner was about as far removed from a lovelorn teenager playing at suicide as it is possible to imagine. She was a retired GP in her mid-60s living in Bath when she developed an incurable degenerative disease called supranuclear palsy – the disease that killed comedian Dudley Moore.
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Friends at the End is a Scottish Charity promoting knowledge and understanding of end of life choices and campaigning to change the law to allow Assisted Dying in the UK.
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