How can you ensure that the underprivileged will not be abused?

Sun, 23 Aug, 2015

The overseas evidence shows that lower income groups are not abused by death with dignity legislation. Since 1997, 1327 people in Oregon have been prescribed life-ending medication. Of those people, the vast majority had terminal cancer. Almost all the people who asked for assisted dying were well-educated, insured, and had access to hospice care, but asked for assisted dying because of the fear of losing their autonomy and dignity.

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