POLICY AND PSYCHOSOCIAL CONSIDERATIONS ASSOCIATED WITH NON-PHYSICIAN ASSISTED SUICIDE: A COMMENTARY ON OGDEN
The report by Russel Ogden (2001) on a conference where devices designed to facilitate death were displayed and discussed highlights how far some individuals will go if they are committed to helping suffering people die. In this commentary, the author discusses the federal policy developments that have contributed to this movement and then expresses his concerns about using lay people to provide assistance with hastening death.
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