Whether doctors should help patients die continues to be a hotly debated topic within the medical community, a New England Journal of Medicine poll finds. The journal questioned readers about a hypothetical near-death case and received more than 2,000 valid responses. Roughly two-thirds worldwide—including 67% of replies from the U.S.—said they disapprove of physician-assisted suicide.
Most doctors oppose physician-assisted suicide, poll finds
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