Clear thinking on the end of life debate

Living and Dying Well explores the complexities surrounding the debate on !assisted dying! and other end-of-life issues.

What is the end-of-life debate?

Almost daily we hear or read stories about dying - about how we want to die, how we are dying and how we should be dying.

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Royal College of Physicians clarifies it does not support ‘assisted dying’.

Royal College of Physicians clarifies it does not support ‘assisted dying’.

The RCP has made clear in a statement that it does not support a change in the law The Royal ... ....
‘Assisted dying will save the NHS money and provide organs, say academics’.

‘Assisted dying will save the NHS money and provide organs, say academics’.

An ethicist and health economist have published a paper highlighting the cost effectiveness of ....

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Living and Dying Well is co-chaired by Lord Carlile of Berriew QC and Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson, and is supported by a number of Patrons.

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