Assisted Death and Dementia

16:15 EDT 30 Apr 2019 |

(MedPage Today) – About one in five cognitively normal older adults who had elevated beta-amyloid — a biomarker that increases risk of Alzheimer’s disease — said they would consider physician-assisted death if they experienced cognitive decline, a survey of A4 … Read More

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