Physician-Assisted Dying and the Law in the United States: A Perspective on Three Prospective Futures
This chapter examines physician-assisted dying and the law in the United States, with an eye on the past and seeking perspectives on three prospective futures. To this end, the Oregon, Montana, and Lawrence-Obergefell models are distinguished and their strengths and weaknesses are assessed as policy-making mechanisms for legalizing this end-of-life option.
Arthur G. Svenson
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