Aid-in-Dying Laws Don’t Guarantee That Patients Can Choose To Die

(By JoNel Aleccia for Kaiser Health News)

In the seven months since California’s aid-in-dying law took effect, Dr. Lonny Shavelson has helped nearly two dozen terminally ill people end their lives with lethal drugs —  but only, he says, because too few others would. Continue reading article here…

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