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Nikki Kenward: The answer to life-shortening illness is being cared for, not suicide

Last week, Christian Concern stood with Christian Legal Centre clients Nikki and Merv Kenward, as they demonstrated outside the High Court during Noel Conway's legal bid for assisted suicide.

Nikki, who was left paralysed for 5 months after she contracted Guillain-Barre Syndrome in 1990, campaigns to protect those who would be put at risk, were the law on assisted suicide to be liberalised.

Watch Nikki Kenward, Christian Medical Fellowship's Dr. Peter Saunders, Roger Kiska and others talk about Conway's case and why we must stand to protect the vulnerable.

25/07/2017
8m 15s 

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