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African Doctors Reject Euthanasia, Promote Palliative Care for Patients Instead of Assisted Suicide

Back in early 2002, I was invited to offer an opening keynote speech against euthanasia at a South African bioethics conference. In my presentation, I noted that one-in-four (at the time) South Africans were infected with HIV, and asked rhetorically whether the country would actually kill these patients rather than provide proper care. The head of […]
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