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I'm a doctor who survived stage IV cancer. Euthanizing children isn't medical care

May 01, 2023 View Original Article
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    90% Extremely Conservative

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    55% ReliableFair

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    90% Extremely Conservative

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

61% : In September 2022, a federal district court ruled that the state law likely violated the First Amendment.
55% : These laws violate the First Amendment by forcing physicians to facilitate assisted suicide, even if they hold religious or ethical objections to killing their patients.
46% : I have years of life ahead of me - life that state governments across the nation would have compelled physicians to help snuff out.
43% : Just days ago, the Netherlands announced that it will broaden its regulations on euthanasia so that doctors can end the lives of terminally ill children as young as 1 year old.
43% : Thankfully, still today, all the major medical associations in America confirm that assisted suicide violates medical ethics.
42% : OREGON WEIGHS NIXING RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT FOR EUTHANASIA, OFFICIALLY OPENING DOOR FOR SUICIDE TOURISM
41% : The organization I work for, the Christian Medical and Dental Associations, has long fought against euthanasia and assisted suicide here in the U.S., including efforts to force doctors to participate in objectionable medical practices that aren't truly medical care at all.
41% : The message from these outcomes is clear: States cannot compel physicians to facilitate assisted suicide in any way.
40% : Yet Vermont, California and New Mexico have tried to compel physicians to offer assisted suicide to their patients and to participate in that suicide, whether by giving a referral or by providing information about it.
40% :This is similar to what happened in Vermont; an ADF lawsuit there challenged as unconstitutional the state's attempt to compel physicians to participate in assisted suicide despite their conscience-based objections.
38% : But state governments in California, New Mexico and Vermont have tried to pass laws compelling physicians to violate their own oaths and to participate in assisted suicide of adults - even if doing so forces them to go against their deeply held beliefs.
36% : The American Medical Association has stated that "physician-assisted suicide is fundamentally incompatible with the physician's role as healer."

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