Assisted suicide raises difficult questions

Posted November 3, 2017 7:34 pm by Editor

Assisted suicide raises difficult questions

Dying is no fun and it never was. But adding doctor-assisted suicide into the mix only seems to have made things more complicated.Do you now need a lawyer to tell your doctors you don’t want assisted suicide when your death becomes foreseeable? A Catholic lawyer and partner with the legal firm of Miller Thomson LLP says no. But medical ethicist Fr. Mark Miller recommends adding a line about rejecting the suicide option, just in case.Over the past 20 years Miller has become very knowledgeable in advance care directives and Powers of Attorney (POA) for personal care. When he was a

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