Should assisted suicide be part of medicine? Is it appropriate for doctors to prescribe their patients lethal drugs? What might be the impact on the doctor-patient relationship? Does a right to die already exist in the UK?
We explore all these vital questions and look at the evidence relating to medicine, assisted suicide and euthanasia
The International Association for Hospice and Palliative Care have this comment below against AD
Association of Palliative Medicine urge Peers to reject Assisted Dying Bill
Can doctors really be neutral on assisted dying?
BMA moves to neutrality on assisted dying by narrow margin
Briefing for Doctors: Assisted Dying and Medical Practice
Assisting Suicide – Is this really a role for Doctors?
Caring for your dying relative at home with Covid-19.
Royal College of Physicians clarifies it does not support ‘assisted dying’.
Facing Facts: Why Assisted Suicide is Not a Job for Doctors.
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