Tuesday, August 20, 2013

CMA survey raises concerns

Physician-assisted suicide up for discussion by medical workers
Prime Minister Stephen Harper talks with two Haitian girls as they wait for treatment at a Canadian medical clinic in Haiti in 2010. The Canadian Medical Association at that time had an anti-euthanasia stand. CNS photo / Fred Chartrand, pool via Reuters.
A recent Canadian Medical Association (CMA) survey on physician assisted suicide (PAS) has raised concerns despite finding most doctors would not participate if it were made legal. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

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