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Living and Dying Well researches and analyses the evidence surrounding the 'assisted dying' debate.  Our aim is to present readers with reliable information on which to form their own views.


Association of Palliative Medicine urge Peers to reject Assisted Dying Bill

In a letter to Peers on behalf of the Association of Palliative Medicine, Dr Amy Proffitt ...
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BMA moves to neutrality on assisted dying by narrow margin

Today the British Medical Association voted to abandon its traditional opposition to assisted ...
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Analysis and Comment

Can doctors really be neutral on assisted dying?

The BMA’s decision to adopt a position of neutrality on the vexed question of &lsquo
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Briefing for Doctors: Assisted Dying and Medical Practice

Assisted Dying legislation has enormous impacts for medical practice. A great responsibility rests
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Living and Dying Well was set up in 2010 to provide clear thinking on the end-of-life 'assisted dying' debate.

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Lord Carlile of Berriew

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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