Get AOL News Alerts » Group Plans to Help Healthy Woman DieAOL posted: 1 DAY 4 HOURS AGOcomments: 396filed under: Health NewsPrintShareText SizeAAA(April 3) - A healthy woman's desire to kill herself when her terminally ill husband dies -- a plan she intends to carry out with the help of a Swiss assisted suicide group -- has ignited a new right-to-die controversy. Ludwig Minelli, the founder of the Swiss assisted suicide group, Dignitas, talked about the case in a recent interview with The Times of London. Assisted suicide is legal in Switzerland, and the group said it has helped more than 100 Britons die. Assisted Suicide While I am not opposed to terminally ill people having the right to die and to have assisted suicide available to them, this does not sit well with me. On top of the fact that I'm against anyone in good health taking their own life, I believe that allowing this to happen will only make a stronger argument against assisted suicide for the terminally ill. I lost my wife to cancer, and I understand the grief involved. There was a period of time when I really didn't care if I lived or not, but I certainly never would have taken my own life. Now, seven years later, I fully appreciate life again. People dealing with grief can make very irrational decisions, and this woman's decision is irrational.