Two Lawyers and a Technician
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Randall, Fiona; Downie, Robin (2010-08)It is widely assumed by the general public that if assisted suicide (AS) or euthanasia (VE) were legalised doctors must be essentially involved in the whole process including prescribing the medication and (in euthanasia) ...