Month 7, Day 27: ABC Radio National I love you and ditto RMIT students

Hi great day with the launch of my goal to get Corporate ASX 300 companies involved. Some responses, none biting but ABC Radio National gave us fantastic exposure. Please feel free to shot this to as many as you wish. Blog and petition both responding to they input.

Last night also spent 4 hours listening to 6 presentations from the RMIT student teams working on how to drive awareness and signups with 1 million the goal. They were all inspirational and with their ongoing support will help change this law. A very public thanks you teams. Shame we can’t get six winners but I would love you all to remain involved, see you in 2 weeks.

Chemo kicked into today, got up for interview, had coffee with Mitchells sudo grandmother then slept till 4.30!

ABC Radio National interview

Please click here to read my article on ABC Radio National’s website.

Pain 0/10 Mental Health 10 /10 Physical Health 7.5 /10 Life Enjoyment 11/10

9 thoughts on “Month 7, Day 27: ABC Radio National I love you and ditto RMIT students

  1. Hi Peter,
    You did really well this morning. I sat in the car in the pouring rain to listen and I thought it was great. I posted on the Voluntary Euthanasia Party Facebook page yesterday to let everyone know and it reached 2,224 people. Lots of Likes and Comments so take a look when you are feeling better. Take care and rest up, ready for your next good, post chemo, week.
    Regards Shayne Higson
    Voluntary Euthanasia Party (NSW)
    State Convenor and Lead Candidate

  2. Hi Peter. I caught your discussion on Life Matters today and found it very thoughtful and inspiring. One of my close friends died at home from cancer in 2011 surrounded by her husband, sister and mother while her young daughter played and laughed with a close friend outside in the garden. I was privileged to help nurse her and sit with her while our daughters played together and the house was so full of love and compassion. I think we all need much more say in how we can achieve a good death. Wishing you all the best. Heather

  3. Good for you, Peter. I do not wish to see even terminally ill people’s lives shortened, but I do wish to see people have a choice. Without consent or choice is murder. With, I wish that to be your right. I wish you well wih your struggle.

  4. I just rewriting this comment that I made earlier this month: The story was on the Channel 7 news and also made front page news of the Mandurah Mail: The heading was Wife speaks out following Mandurah Shooting Tragedy. The date was the 13th of August 2014 it is on the internet for proof.
    Mrs Nola James was shot by her husband Allan James. Mr James 
had suffer from a long battle with bowel cancer and also suffer a stroke, he had suffer enough and wanted to end his life. He accidentally shot his wife, as he tried to scare her away from the house. The place became surround by the police task force only for them to hear a single gun shot and then found that Mr James had end his life. Mr and Mrs James had a good loving relation and where a great couple.
    I just wanted to share this sad story to all of Australians.
This is another reason for the great fight to have the right to die law change.

    Hi Peter I just wanted to give you some more proof the story still can be found the mandurah mails website:

    Another great discussion on the radio:

    I still don’t understand the Chemo do you know High Dose Vitamin C has cured the odd lung
    tumour and does not kill the good cells, and can give you better quality of life. I just can’t help thinking of other ways to live a bit longer. Drinking your much loved coffees is actually taking 1 1/2 glasses of water out of your system. Ref Dr Batmanghelidj MD author of the book “We’re Not Sick we’re Thirsty”. Very interesting reading or youtube his lectures.

    Another Immune boosting treatment can be done in China –
    DC-CIK Treatment – immunotherapy – a three week treatment
    Wujin Hospital – cutting edge therapy “nobel prizes” winner. They have turned many
    terminally ill life around.

    Keep on doing the great job.

    Thanks
    Donnella

  5. Brilliant interview with Senator Di Nat, yourself and interviewer. I love your natural ability to speak in a down to earth way about dying and the need for freedom of choice.Many thanks to you and all of those who are working towards a shared outcome to legalise VAD.

    Warmest wishes,

    Robyn

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