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There’s an Unforeseen Benefit to California’s Physician-Assisted Death Law

16:14 EDT 22 Aug 2017 | Bioethics.com

(Los Angeles Times) – Some doctors in California felt uncomfortable last year when a new law began allowing terminally ill patients to request lethal medicines, saying their careers had been dedicated to saving lives, not ending them. Many healthcare systems … Read More

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