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You decide: Physician-Assisted Suicide — NEJM

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Do you believe that Mr. Wallace should be able to receive life-terminating drugs from his physician? Which one of the following approaches to the broader issue do you find appropriate? Base your choice on the published literature, your own experience, and other sources of information.

To aid in your decision making, each of these approaches is defended in the following short essays by experts in the field. Given your knowledge of the patient and the points made by the experts, which option would you choose? Make your choice and offer your comments at

via Physician-Assisted Suicide — NEJM.

My opinion is that poisoning Mr. Wallace, or writing the prescription so that he can attempt to intentionally commit suicide, is a direct infringement of Mr. Wallace’s inalienable right not to be killed.

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2 thoughts on “You decide: Physician-Assisted Suicide — NEJM

  1. This really depends on Mr. Wallace’s physical condition. No one should be allowed to give up just because of their mental or emotional issues.

    Posted by James | June 25, 2013, 11:49 AM

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