Physician-Aid-In-Dying Faces the Reality of Its Implementation

Trudo Lemmens discusses what we can learn from the very few jurisdictions that have implemented broad access to physician-assisted-dying (PAD). Rather than promoting broader access to PAD on the basis of a theoretical commitment, Lemmen’s suggest we should take the compounding impact of organizing a PAD regime around the concept of unbearable suffering much more seriously.

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