At the end of the journey, both she and Brittany will have the same results. They will both be dead. In my belief, neither death is "better" and neither death is "dignified." Neither death is controlled because both of them are due to an invasive, killer disease. Both deaths are in women who in all "average expectations," shouldn't be gone at this point in their lives.
Should the debate really be on how we die? Shouldn't the debate be on getting more research to understand, treat and CURE these diseases? Shouldn't the focus be on that rather than debating people's decisions?
Dead is dead. Death be not proud.