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Medically Assisted Suicide Bill Advances in MD, But With Changes that Frustrate Advocates

The Baltimore Sun By: Pamela Wood A bill to allow certain terminally ill Marylanders to obtain medication to end their lives is advancing in the state Senate, but it has been changed so much that the leading advocacy group says it cannot support the bill in its current form. Kim Callinan, CEO of Compassion & …

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An Open Letter to Nevada Senator Julia Ratti

In an open letter to Nevada Senator Julia Ratti, the American College of Physicians explain their opposition to SB 165, which would legalize assisted suicide in Nevada.  Click below to read the full letter. Nevada – Julia Ratti – ACP letter opposing SB 165

American College of Physicians: Position Paper on Assisted Suicide

The Annals  on Internal Medicine published a paper, Ethics and the Legalization of physician-Assisted Suicide: An American College of Physicians Position Paper.  Read the full paper by clicking below. ACP Position Paper on Ethics and the Legalization of Physician-Assisted Suicide

Reject Assisted Suicide Law

BY: Dr. Ralph A. Capone Pittsburgh Tribune Review via TribLive.com In response to the news story “Efforts to introduce ‘Death with Dignity’ laws in Pa. stall”: Enshrining a new right in Pennsylvania, the right to assisted suicide, would involve an act unachievable without third-party assistance. And so, the medical profession will be enlisted, willingly or not, …

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Physician-Assisted Suicide is Too Risky

BY: Dr. Gregg Schmedes Albuquerque Journal Amidst a surprise presidential election, our neighbors to the north have approved physician-assisted suicide, by a margin of 2-to-1. While I applaud the intention of Coloradans to relieve suffering, let’s examine what they’ve actually done. Physician-assisted suicide allows terminally ill patents to ask a doctor to prescribe them a …

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