Threquarters of GPs oppose assisted suicide, with reasons given including fears that a change in the law will result in less focus on investment in palliative care and the dangers of patients feeling pressured into choosing death
A jury would have to be unanimous in choosing death
, and a judge would hand out a life sentence if the jury is unable to reach a unanimous decision, reports Boston Globe.
I am not choosing death
, I am choosing life, but I can't do it on my own.
on his term is his "greatest sacrifice.
But what such motorists ignore is the fact that they could end up in an accident because of someone else's fault and not wearing the seat belt is like choosing death
Government hospitals are careless and the private sector tends to be weak, so people are really stuck between choosing death
rather than life in both choices," he said.
Among the areas of concern are Christianity and the social responsibility of health care, care of patients and their suffering, embryonic stem cell research and therapeutic cloning, abortion, and choosing death
Thus, in Shona society choosing death
in whatever circumstances is considered harmful, destructive and a loss not only to the bearer of life but to family, friends and the community to which the one whose life is terminated is a member.
From this contrasting perspective, respect for autonomy in choosing death
is a masquerade, hiding lack of adequate concern and caring for what is needed to make the lives of disabled persons worth living.
Unfortunately, many congregations are choosing death
by default, she said.
His mother has long since left them, choosing death
The question arises whether a competent person's right to exercise complete autonomy in choosing death
is always valid.