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The Right to Die: using euphemisms or ‘language of war’?

In all debates around the world about the Right to Die, wordings and use of definitions cause misunderstandings. Paula Span wrote an article (NY Times, April 2014) on “Language of War”, being (mis)used when describing end of life situations.  Canadian Doctor Stephen Workman – an internal-medicine specialist – spoke with Tom Blackwell of the  National Post Canada  (December 19, 2014), about the use of euphemisms to avoid calling the issue a name.

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