For instance, she fails to mention the international experience of the slippery slope and those patients who want to change their minds at the point of administering fatal overdose.
Nowhere in our tradition of common law do we allow anyone to take the life or another citizen.
The New Zealand medical profession is almost entirely opposed to this Bill.
Who then is left to do the killing?
A G Stewart Pyes Pa
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