New Zealanders voted in favour of legalising euthanasia, according to preliminary results.
Preliminary results showed 65 percent of Kiwis voted 'yes' in the referendum.
Dr Sinead Donnelly, a palliative care specialist who rallied against the End of Life Choice Act, is devastated.
We'll still be waiting a long time for an official law change.
The preliminary results will be released on Friday.
"You can be disabled and have a condition that makes you eligible."
But others don't want euthanasia as an option for vulnerable New Zealanders.
"When Blair was diagnosed he was given 6-8 weeks to live and we had many, many great memories where he lived longer."
"She didn't have a clue who I was at the end of it."