Is ‘assisted dying’ really about autonomy?

By Michael Cook One of the most puzzling features of assisted dying is the distinction between physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia. In the former, the patient administers the lethal drug; in the former; the doctor. The question is this. People are said to choose assisted dying because they fear loss of control. But in jurisdictions where both …

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