In less than two weeks 29-year-old Brittany Maynard is scheduled to die.
She was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer six months ago, shortly after her wedding.
When she learned her prognosis she and her family moved to Oregon, one of five states where physician assisted suicide is legal. Maynard plans to take a pill Nov. 1 that will end her life.
CBN News first told you about this story earlier this month. Today Joni Eareckson-Tada is weighing in on the situation.
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