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Suicide effected with the assistance of another person, especially the taking of lethal drugs provided by a doctor for the purpose by a patient suffering from a terminal illness or incurable condition.‘lawyers sought clarification regarding the position of health care professionals in cases of assisted suicide’count noun ‘rather than endure the slow, unrelenting progress of the illness, she has chosen an assisted suicide in Zurich’
- ‘Several polls on euthanasia and assisted suicide have been conducted among physicians.’
- ‘Legalising physician assisted suicide would carry a high risk of undermining the care of all dying patients.’
- ‘Once they start down the road to assisted suicide, such a patient would find it difficult to turn back.’
- ‘If assisted suicide or euthanasia were to be legalized, psychologists would play a key role in reducing possible abuses of the process.’
- ‘In practice, many physicians oppose assisted suicide and euthanasia, and hospitals have barred assisted suicide from their premises.’
- ‘What happens to autonomy and compassion when assisted suicide and euthanasia are legally practiced?’
- ‘It is the only state to have sanctioned physician assisted suicide and also allows marijuana to be used for medical purposes.’
- ‘Much more controversial are euthanasia and assisted suicide.’
- ‘To conduct physician assisted suicide effectively, doctors would probably have to administer drugs parenterally.’
- ‘In my view, physician assisted suicide and voluntary euthanasia are a matter of personal choice and human rights.’
- ‘Suicide and attempted suicide are no longer crimes in Australia, but voluntary euthanasia or assisted suicide is illegal.’
- ‘Doctors call it assisted suicide even when they don't ask the patient.’
- ‘Despite their complexity, assisted suicide and euthanasia are both gaining acceptance.’
- ‘The discussion of assisted suicide and euthanasia is the latest topic to be dominated by hysterical fears.’
- ‘Wouldn't euthanasia or assisted suicide only be available to people who are terminally ill?’
- ‘No physician engaged in euthanasia or medically assisted suicide should be responsible for diagnosing brain death.’
- ‘As a result, a special Senate committee reviewed the issues surrounding euthanasia and assisted suicide in Canada.’
- ‘Only once those dilemmas have been resolved, should we even begin to think about legalising either assisted suicide or euthanasia in this country.’
- ‘The growing concern about health care costs increases the risks presented by legalizing assisted suicide and euthanasia.’
- ‘In most places, both assisted suicide and voluntary euthanasia are unlawful, although there are some exceptions.’
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