Suicide By Doctor: What Colorado Would Risk on the Slippery Slope of Assisted Suicide

Following the lead of four other states and several foreign countries, proponents in Colorado this year are seeking legislation to allow a physician to assist with a patient’s suicide. If such a measure became law, it would invert the doctor’s time-honored role from the sacred duty of sustaining life to the ghoulish power of terminating it. Indeed, in recent years, physician assisted suicide has been repackaged and promoted to the American public as “Death with Dignity.” However, physician assisted suicide is anything but dignified and amounts to eugenics for the infirm, but with the government’s stamp of approval.

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