by Thomas J. Madejski, Times Union, 28 April 2018
Compelling arguments have not been made for medicine to change its footing and to incorporate the active shortening of life into the norms of medical practice. Although relief of suffering has always been a fundamental duty in medical practice, relief of suffering through shortening of life has not.
They have great apprehension that such a measure would negatively impact health care among racial and ethnic minorities and the physically disabled.
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