- California is the fifth state to allow terminally ill patients to end their lives with prescriptions from their doctors
- The law takes effect in June
- Medical groups and others raise awareness to ensure all terminally ill patients will have access to it
BurbankMatt Fairchild, 46, is in near constant pain. Advanced melanoma has spread to his brain and bones. He takes 26 medications a day and rarely leaves his house except to go to doctors' appointments.