Two Lawyers and a Technician
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Autonomy; Beneficence; Coercion; Decision Making; Euthanasia; Family Members; Involuntary Euthanasia; Killing; Lawyers; Legal Aspects; Life; Moral Policy; Obligations of Society; Obligations to Society; Palliative Care; Patients; Physician Patient Relationship; Physicians; Psychological Stress; Quality of Life; Right to Die; Social Impact; Suffering; Trust; Utilitarianism; Values; Voluntary Euthanasia; Wedge Argument;
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