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Euthanasia debate: Francoise Hardy explains how she helped her mother die

Asrar – When asked about RTL, singer Francoise Hardy recounted the scenario she prepared with her mother, who suffers from Charcot’s disease, to accompany her life.

It’s a touching testimony that Francoise Hardy delivered Wednesday RTL to host Fluffy Flement’s microphone. While MPs were examining the euthanasia bill, the singer recounted how, in 1994, she accompanied the end of her mother’s life, Madeleine Hardy, who was suffering from Charcot’s disease.

My mother’s doctor told her: Madam Hardy, on the day you decide, tell me and you can count on me.And She remembered. “I send her, on the day I decided, a hospital doctor. He had to work with me on some kind of scenario so that the coroner wouldn’t suspect anything and do what was necessary.”

I said somewhere that animals really don’t have peopleFrancoise Hardy on RTL

“I never asked myself the issue of breaking the law. It was my mother’s will and that was very understandable.”, She pleaded. “I find there are uninhabitable living conditions, that’s the case for saying it, and you should be able to stop your life! I said somewhere that animals benefit from a right that humans don’t have.”

For the singer, there is no doubt that her mother’s last wishes will be respected. “Anyway, the hospital doctor who came, saw her before and conducted a rough interview with her to make sure it was her will.”Explained.

I cannot stay like this while waiting for death to come– Francois Hardy on RTL

Last March, Françoise Hardy mentioned in detail in Paris Match His battle against hypopharyngeal cancer and the consequences of radiotherapy sessions on his daily life. “It’s so horrible, but right now, I assure you. I can cook myself. As long as I can do that, okay!”She told RTL.

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“But if things get worse, if I get too weak to do anything, I will seriously consider euthanasia.”, She confessed. “I cannot sit and wait for death to come, because I cannot live anymore. I cannot do the things that my life demands.”

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