Letter from Terri's BrotherWeek of June 28, 2010
As you know, Terri's Foundation continues to help fight for those unable to fight for themselves and receives calls regularly from families in need of help when a loved one's life is at risk.
Just recently, my mother and I attended the National Right to Life Conference in Pittsburgh, PA. The picture included was taken from this annual event held last week.
Not only did we have the opportunity to speak with many of our loyal supporters, and friends, but I was invited to be part of workshop, along with Franciscan Brother, Paul O'Donnell, to speak about Terri's Legacy and the work of Terri's Foundation.
I was also blessed to be asked to speak once again to an inspiring group of teens that were also attending this year event. It was not only another wonderful conference, but extremely important considering the times we live in. We are already looking forward to participating in next year's conference that is scheduled to be held in Jacksonville, FL.
New Website Coming Soon!
In the next few weeks the Foundation website will be changing! Therefore, please continue to visit terrisfight.org to see Terri's Foundation websites fresh, new look!
As always, forwarding our updates to your friends and family helps to spread the word . . . So please be sure to share our info with your loved ones.
On behalf of my family, we would like to sincerely thank you for your continued prayers and support.
We Need Your Support!
Please consider making a gift to Terri's Foundation today. Without your support, we could not continue to be in a position to educate those on health care reform, futile care, assisted suicide and so much more. But more importantly, donating today to Terri's Foundations will help save lives and give families a much needed voice! Thank you!
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Impatience with Patients Who Won't Die
From May 25, 2010 (Washington Times)
Had it been up to a hospital nurse 12 months earlier, Dad would have been dead.
It is important that you know just how vulnerable you and your loved ones are to a system of medical care that is abandoning its promise not to "give advice which may cause death."
(read article on "Futile Care Theory"...)