Attitudes of Health Care Professionals, Relatives of Advanced Cancer Patients and Public Towards Euthanasia and Physician Assisted Suicide
Health policy (Amsterdam, Netherlands) 2010 Oct; 97(2-3): 160-5
Nowadays, euthanasia has the meaning of the direct administration of a lethal agent to the patient by another party with a merciful intent after patients' request. Physician assisted suicide refers to the patient intentionally and wilfully ending his or her own life with the assistance of a physician. The objectives of the manuscript were to investigate the opinions of Greek physicians, nurses, lay people and relatives of advanced cancer patients on euthanasia and physician assisted suicide.
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