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If you are a cancer survivor would you ever look to physician-assisted suicide? Under what circumstances would you want physician-assisted suicide made available to you? If you are a cancer caregiver, under what circumstances would you want physician-assisted suicide made available to your charge?
A downside of my job as a cancer survivor, blogger and director for PeopleBeatingCancer is that I have to read articles and studies about the good, the bad and the ugly when it comes to cancer. And there is a lot about end-stage cancer that is ugly. It turns out that fighting the good fight can be complicated.
I cannot and will not speak for anyone but myself on the issue of PAS. At this point in my life as a cancer survivor I hope I never have to seriously consider PAS. But knowing what I have learned about what can happen during the final stages of cancer, I have decided that PAS should be my choice.
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By John Gever, Deputy Managing Editor, MedPage Today
Loggers and colleagues indicated that, whereas all of their patients had terminal cancer, about 20% of the wider group of patients in the two states undertaking physician-assisted suicide had other diagnoses, primarily neurodegenerative diseases.”