DD #148 - Euthanasia: A Deficit of Love
Doctor, Doctor Podcast • 52m
Palliative care physician Dr. Margaret Cottle from Vancouver, Canada talks about the rise of the euthanasia movement in Canada through misleading rhetoric and legislation. Dr. Cottle talks about the danger of euthanasia for both patients and physicians and how a commitment to radically caring for patients is a better response to suffering at the end of life.
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