News

BMA reaffirms its opposition to physician-assisted suicide

Share:

The BMA has rejected a Motion that it should adopt a policy of neutrality on whether 'assisted dying' should be legalised

This week the BMA, at its annual conference in Belfast, rejected a call for its policy of opposition to physician-assisted suicide to be change to one of neutrality.  The Motion calling for the change was rejected by 198 votes to 115.

Archive

2014

2013

2012

2010

Voice your opinion

Get in touch

Click here to contact us

Become a supporter

Email us at support@livinganddyingwell.org.uk
or click here
to find out more about how to support our work