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View in U.S. of doctor assisted death by administering life-ending medication 2015

Support of legality for doctor aid in ending a terminally ill life by administering life-ending medication in the U.S. as of 2015

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jul 27, 2015
View in U.S. of doctor assisted death by administering life-ending medication 2015 This survey displays the perception of whether or not it should be legal to allow doctors to assist an adult patient, that is terminally ill, in ending their life through administering a life-ending medication as of 2015 among respondents living in the United States. During this time, 56 percent of those surveyed in the country said it should be legal for a doctor to administer a life-ending medication for a terminally ill adult patient.
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Support of legality for doctor aid in ending a terminally ill life by administering life-ending medication in the U.S. as of 2015

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by Statista Research Department, last edited Jul 27, 2015
This survey displays the perception of whether or not it should be legal to allow doctors to assist an adult patient, that is terminally ill, in ending their life through administering a life-ending medication as of 2015 among respondents living in the United States. During this time, 56 percent of those surveyed in the country said it should be legal for a doctor to administer a life-ending medication for a terminally ill adult patient.
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