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October 12, 2012

A ballot initiative in Massachusetts may make physician-assisted suicide legal in that state. If approved, Massachusetts would join Washington and Oregon (and by a state Supreme Court ruling, Wisconsin) in allowing terminal patients to choose an early death by a doctor’s prescription.

Our guest is Dr. Chuck Dolph, Professor of Psychology and Center for Bioethics Fellow, who will help us discuss the ethics of medically-assisted suicide.

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