"Right to die" is just a slogan. No civil right to commit suicide exists in any social compact.
With studies showing an answer to the question is a significant prognostic indicator, it's a simple way of screening for palliative care eligibility.
Our cultural tendency is to avoid serious conversations about end of life, and mortality has become politically polarized, but the longer we wait, the harder it will be to avoid disaster.
Though death is the most inevitable fact of life, our social systems are broken when it comes to caring for people with advanced illnesses.
There is surprisingly little disagreement about what constitutes good care at the end of life, but we still can't seem to fix any of our problems.