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Assisted suicide has been the subject of contentious debate among politicians, doctors, and ethicists, but it has also received a great deal of attention in the media as individual citizens consider how, and whether, they ought to be able to end their lives with the assistance of their physicians or other trusted caregivers. This important book presents three of the nation's leading thinkers on physician-assisted suicide debating whether the practice should be accepted in the United States. Drawing on philosophical legal, and clinical literature, the authors provide a guide for patients, health professionals, policy makers, and individuals trying to think through this life and death issue.
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