An investigation of the moral, theological, clinical and legal arguments for and against voluntary euthanasia. It considers real cases, locating the issues in their clinical context, and concludes that the case for legalizing voluntary euthanasia is not one that can be supported.It does not usually give rise to much pain and would not appear to have done so in this case. ... There is, for instance, no indication in this report that the patient received morphine before the last night. Small, regular doses used at an earlier stage of her decline might have relieved discomfort and weariness, helped her to anbsp;...
|Title||:||On Dying Well|
|Author||:||Church of England. Board for Social Responsibility|
|Publisher||:||Church House Publishing - 2000|