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CANADIAN editors contribute in the euthanasia definition issue

The editors of the Canadian Medical Association Journal made a new contribution to the worldwide definition issue around end-of-life decisions in general and euthanasia in particular.

In a commentary published Monday, Dr. Paul C. Hébert and Dr. Ken Flegel argue that the meaning of euthanasia “has become frayed and torn. It mixes ideas and values that confound the debate about dying. It is time to discard it.” You may read the whole Commentary by clicking here.