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Should patients have the right to choose to die with dignity? Jack Kevorkian was a staunch advocate for physician-assisted suicide: This right to have a doctor help a patient die with dignity is controversial.

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She did choose physician-assisted suicide two years later from an anonymous physician. Inhowever, a B. The court granted a constitutional exemption to permit her to seek physician-assisted suicide while the constitutional challenge to the law is mam. However, Taylor died from an infection in The constitutional challenge to the law remains unresolved. In Quebec, the Select Committee on Dying with Dignity tabled a report in that supported assisted suicide.

In a panel of experts appointed by the Quebec government agreed that in certain circumstances assisted suicide should be understood as part of the continuum of care Butler et al. InQuebec became the first province in Canada to pass right-to-die legislation. Terminally ill adults of sound mind may request continuous palliative sedation that will lead to death Seguin The controversy surrounding death with dignity laws is emblematic of the way our society tries to separate itself from death.

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The National Center on Elder Abuse encourages people to watch for these signs of mistreatment.

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