by Anneke Smith, Hawke’s Bay Today, 19 May 2018
His biggest concern was that doctors and nurses would become too relaxed about the due processes in place and end the lives of those who either didn’t want euthanasia or weren’t eligible.
“A person might have a severe disability or illness which qualifies him or her for euthanasia but what do you do about the next person comes along who has not quite got the same symptoms and signs as earlier ones but is also demanding euthanasia?
“Over a period of time you get this thing called incrementalism, gradual development where what started as a small issue become a major issue in society.”
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