Death, Dignity, End of Life Option Act
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There are many people in our society who are profoundly uncomfortable with the legalization of physician assistance in dying, previously known as physician - assisted suicide. The End of Life Option Act is designed to help people who are dying, who have no realistic chance for meaningful improvement of their health, and who are senselessly suffering from their condition.
There are misconceptions regarding assisting in dying is the terminology itself. Article discusses the law, as well as, clarifies the vocabulary related to the topic.
In conclusion the article raises the question: Is neglecting suffering consistent with the healers ethics?
"Understanding Assistance in Dying: Arguments in Favor of the End of Life Option Act,"
Culture, Society, and Praxis: Vol. 11
, Article 4.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.csumb.edu/csp/vol11/iss2/4