(Reuters Health) - Physicians shouldn’t have the legal right to act as conscientious objectors and refuse to provide services like abortion or assisted suicide even when these things conflict with their personal values, some doctors argue.
Quebec's health minister, Gaetan Barrette, has threatened to discipline doctors and hospices for refusing to provide assisted suicide when it becomes legal in Canada on December 10.
The DC City Council’s Committee on Health and Human Services is considering legalizing assisted suicide. B21-38, named the “Death with Dignity”...
No government or organ of society should be able to force doctors or health care institutions to participate in providing abortion or contraception.
(Reuters Health) - Most women in a new U.S. survey said their primary care physician was involved in their breast cancer care during treatment, and rated their doctor’s engagement and communication levels as high.