‘Assisted dying’ involves patients with incurable illnesses, whose condition is not amenable to meaningful relief, such that their lives are – in their opinion – not worth living, and from which they seek an end. One of the arguments against legalising assisted dying in South Africa was that patients had access to palliative care. On this week’s episode we explore the specialised field of Palliative Medicine, and the psychological approach of seeking meaning in assistance with dying. Joining us to discuss this topic are Dr Julia Riley and Prof. Paul Wong. In proud association with Adcock Ingram OTC Sponsors of Brave.