When it comes to simple diseases, the question of taking a generic drugs or not has a completely different meaning.

 

Who we are

We are a UK-based network who are part of a global alliance of disabled people, who oppose euthanasia and assisted suicide.

 

 

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Learn more about the issues surrounding the end-of-life debate and get involved with sharing some of our resources and videos with your friends.

 

Updates

 
It’s impossible to make the choice to live – let alone thrive – if you’re only offered ways to die.
Dr Peter Scott Morgan gave a thoughtful and provocative presentation on behalf …
We Need Help to Live Not To Die.
The briefing below lays out NDYUK's concerns about the Meacher Bill and …
 

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Not Dead Yet UK (NDYUK) is a network of disabled people in the UK who have joined a growing international alliance of disabled people, who oppose the legalised killing of disabled people. 

All those involved are disabled people including people with physical and sensory impairments, learning difficulties, and mental health conditions.

Your one-time or recurring donation will enable Not Dead Yet UK to continue its crucial mission of education and activism against legalised killing.