How about the right to cry for help?

The article, "How about the right to cry for help?" was written by Amy E. Hasbrouck, Chair of Not Dead Yet.  The Montreal Gazette published the article under the heading: Court ruling asserting a person’s right to assisted suicide reflects discriminatory attitudes toward the disabled.  In the article she states, "It's one thing when a random guy walks up to you on the street and says, 'I'd rather be dead than be like you.' It's quite another when a Canadian judge says of individuals who may experience such suffering (physical or existential), unrelievable by palliative care, 'that it is in their best interests to assist them in hastened death.' Same message, only the judge uses bigger workds."  Read more.