A physician-assisted suicide program in Seattle has won high praise from it’s patients.
In fact, not a single patient who has been assisted in killing himself has complained.
And, the authors of an article in the New England Journal of Medicine commended the program for the sense of control the pill provided it to its victims.
I guess I don’t get what all the hoopla is about. People have been killing themselves for thousands of years. I don’t know why giving people a prescription for pills to do the deed makes it any more dignified or gives people any more control than the other traditional methods of killing oneself.