EUTHANASIA

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American History

 

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Pedro W

 

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October 1, 2011

 

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This is the first study to directly examine the attitudes of cancer patients who are nearing death, according to the authors. They found that 73% believed euthanasia or physician-assisted suicide should be legalized -- their major reasons included pain and the right to choose. The participants who were opposed to the legislation cited religious and moral objections...
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The participants who were opposed to the legislation cited religious and moral objections. Forty patients (58%) reported they might make a future request for a hastened death, if it were legal, particularly if pain and physical symptoms became intolerable. Twelve percent would have made such a request at the time of the interview...
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