'Finally a say' for Janet Cohen as voluntary assisted dying made legal

Ben Carr
Updated December 2 2023 - 1:53am, first published December 1 2023 - 2:00pm
Camden Haven resident Janet Cohen in 2021. The voluntary assisted dying advocate led an eight year campaign to see state laws introduced. Picture by Liz Langdale
Camden Haven resident Janet Cohen in 2021. The voluntary assisted dying advocate led an eight year campaign to see state laws introduced. Picture by Liz Langdale

After eight long years of campaigning Camden Haven advocate Janet Cohen feels a level of comfort after voluntary assisted dying (VAD) laws were introduced in NSW this week.

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Ben Carr

Ben Carr

Journalist

Starting out as a reporter in Lightning Ridge in 2005, I returned to journalism in 2023 after 15 years spent in event production and technical services. Passionate about community news, contact me on ben.carr@austcommunitymedia.com.au or ph: 0484 524 000

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