Medicine's Position Is Both Pivotal and Precarious in Assisted-Suicide Debate
JAMA. 1995 Feb 1; 273(5): 363-364.
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Responding to Requests for Physician-Assisted Suicide: "These Are Uncharted Waters for Both of Us ... " Bascom, Paul B.; Tolle, Susan W. (2002-07-03)Studies of dying patients have shown that about half would like the option of physician-assisted suicide (PAS) to be available for possible future use. Those percentages decrease significantly with each step patients take ...