The Quest for Humane Termination of Intractable Suffering May Be an Uphill Struggle, Not a Downhill Slide on a Slippery Slope

American Journal of Bioethics 23 (11):107-109 (2023)
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By titling his paper “Slowing the Slide Down the Slippery Slope of Medical Assistance in Dying: Mutual Learnings for Canada and the US,” Daryl Pullman, an esteemed medical ethicist, uses a rhetoric...

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