'Death with Dignity'?: Plan to legalise assisted suicide in US capital opposed
July 16, 2015
Medical professionals, lawyers, and advocates of disabilities rights are standing together to oppose a proposed measure that would legalise assisted suicide in Washington, D.C. The concerned groups warned that the draft law, to be known as the "Death with Dignity Act" of 2015, preys on the most vulnerable, including patients suffering trauma from their experiences in war-torn countries like Iraq.
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