March 3, 2017
(The Guardian) – hared concerns included clear agreement that palliative care for terminally ill people is inadequate. Whether for or against assisted dying, participants showed a willingness to discuss quality of life for terminally ill people, the value placed on good-quality care, and how to invest in and provide access to this care in the face of economic inequality. Participants recognised that the debate on legalising assisted dying was taking place in an unequal society.
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