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OBSERVATIONS in British Medical Journal on assisted dying in UK

The deputy editor Tony Delamotte of the British Medical Journal (BMJ/1january 2011/volume 342/28-29) notes in his observations that the (UK based) Falconer Commission on Assisted Dying has got its work cut out, now that in the debate contradictory “scientific” findings tumble over each other. His contribution “One and a half truths about assisted dying” can be read here; it is followed on the next page by a column on Care not Killing, a lareg UK alliance of (around 50) opposing groups.