'If you don't want an assisted death, don't have one': Berry mum's plea

Zoe Cartwright
By Zoe Cartwright
Updated October 19 2021 - 9:09am, first published 5:30am
BLOODY HARD: Sandy McPake with a picture of her son, Beau Jaypeltier, who died of brain cancer aged just 29. Sandy supports the NSW Voluntary Assisted Dying bill. Picture: Robert Peet.

Sandy McPake nursed her son Beau through the last months of his life - she hopes the NSW Parliament will vote to save others the same suffering.

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