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- Dr. Roger Kligler Retired physician with metastatic prostate cancer who has filed a lawsuit in Massachusetts for the right to obtain a lethal dose of medication from his doctor
- Dr. Jessica Zitter Physician who specializes in both critical care and palliative care medicine at Highland Hospital in Oakland, California,assistant clinical professor, University of California, San Francisco, and author of "Extreme Measures: A National Conversation on End-Of-Life Choices", 2/2017
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