Brittany Maynard husband shared how his memory celebrated on the anniversary of his death one year
A year ago this Sunday , Brittany Maynard, the -old terminal brain cancer 29 years he spent his last days as a public advocate for the right to die movement , decided to end his life . As the anniversary of his death approaches , her husband, Dan Diaz, shares how he faced without the love of his life
” The last 12 months have been difficult without him , he said. ” Every day I think about what we would do if he had lived , “Diaz , 44, told People . “Right now , we would have been on our way to having a family or already have children.
” However , Dan is comforted knowing that his wife played a vital role in helping to get the legislation on the right to die happened in California, thanks to online video campaign , went boldly Compassion and Choices
The reality is that Britain is dead and this bill is the result, “says Dan , ” but of course , selfishly bottom of my heart , I prefer to have my wife and we need to thrive, we plan together. ” Barbara Coombs Lee, president of the advocacy group Compassion and Choices , said Diaz had ” a major impact ” on the cause. “He’s so dedicated ,” he told People.