California's End of Life Option Act goes into effect June 9. The
law allows Californians who are terminally ill with six months or
less to live to legally request a prescription for end-of-life
medication. We discuss the law's implementation with experts ៈ
and what it means for patients, insurance companies and doctors
- whether or not they choose to participate.
What You Need to Know About California’s Aid-in-Dying Law (State of Health)