(NBC) - Sherri Muzher is 43 years old. She's young, beautiful and brilliant. But she says she's ready to die.
She has advance stage Multiple Sclerosis. It has slowly, but steadily robbed her of her abilities.
All that's truly left of who Muzher once was is her brain and a small but fading voice. Now, she wants to use that voice to start a conversation about death -- her own.
"I would rather I help give life to others while my organs are still viable," said Muzher.
She said it's already too late for her lungs. MS is already squeezing them shut, but her kidneys, liver, heart and every other inch that can save another life, or give quality of life where she has none, should be taken now.
"I ought to be able to donate my organs while they are still viable and can help someone else."
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