ASSISTED suicide is once again an issue in Parliament. The campaign for a parliamentary inquiry into the possibility of legalising assisted suicide has intensified. Many of those involved in this campaign look to America where, they believe, assisted suicide is establishing a record of success. A small number of American states are presented by these campaigners as success stories, when really they suffer from persistent problems.
Assisted suicide is one import we can live without
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