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Physician-Assisted Suicide: Who Uses it?

Statistics from 23 years show a consistent pattern
July 21st, 2022

Physician-assisted suicide in Oregon became legal in 1997, and since then, six other states and Washington, DC have provisions in law for it.  In one state, Montana, a court has ruled that it can be carried out.  A new study published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society looks at 23 years of Oregon statistical data over 5,329 cases and determines a clear profile of the typical PAS patient. 

Read More:  Science 2.0


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