Against Physician Assisted Suicide

Against Physician Assisted Suicide

The majority of doctors and nurses involved in specialist palliative care reject the legislation of physician assisted suicide. This book explores the reasons why the healthcare professionals who have the most experience of caring for dying patients should object to a change in the law.


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Publisher Radcliffe Publishing
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Pages 120 pages
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