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Thursday, February 11, 2016
Toronto, ON – Eight in ten (80%) Canadians support the concept of consenting in advance to physician-assisted dying even if the patient is no longer competent at the time the request is to be carried out (for example due to coma or late-stage dementia), provided the criteria set out by the Supreme Court (in a landmark decision...
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