I read your article on the front page of the Exmouth Journal last week about assisted suicide.
I can completely understand Andrew Barnes’ feelings. I have just spent four weeks in Dorchester Hospital, after having a kidney removed because of a tumour.
I then spent four weeks in Blandford Hospital to improve my health as, at that time, I had nowhere to live.
I have now moved to Somerset and am awaiting an appointment at Yeovil Hospital for chemotherapy.
I feel very frightened about cancer and the unknown and am 100 per cent for assisted suicide, which should be allowed here in England.
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