The Unexamined Benefits of the Expansive Legalization of Medical Assistance-in-Dying View Full Text


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DATE

2022-09-26

AUTHORS

Sean Riley, Ben Sarbey

ABSTRACT

If you slide far enough down the slippery slope envisioned by opponents of medical assistance-in-dying (MAiD), you eventually land in a ghastly society with industrialized euthanasia, rampant suicide, and devalued life. But what if the slippery slope leads us somewhere better? This paper explores the benefits of eliminating nearly all MAiD prohibitions and regulations. We anticipate three positive effects for public health: 1. Expanded access to those currently not qualified from MAiD by removing ineffective access criteria; 2. Harm reduction by making MAiD safer and by rerouting suicidal patients into alternate care; and 3. Improvements to the health system through lowered healthcare costs and increased patient activation in end-of-life care. Safeguards and prohibitions deny those who wish to die the ability to do so to prevent the potential danger of a few being subjected to an undesired early death. More... »

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1-11

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/36156765


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