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Poll: Do you think the law should be changed to allow for assisted suicide?

A man in Canada recorded a video eight days before he died asking for the laws on assisted suicide to be changed – what’s your view?

Dr. Donald Low with his wife. He passed away on 18 September 2013, seven months after being diagnosed with terminal brain cancer.
Dr. Donald Low with his wife. He passed away on 18 September 2013, seven months after being diagnosed with terminal brain cancer.

DOCTOR DONALD LOW, a Canadian microbiologist, has ignited a controversial debate with a posthumous plea for assisted suicide.

His plea

He recorded the video eight days before his death on 18 September. Seven months ago he was diagnosed with a brain stem tumour. You can view the video here.

Today’s topic therefore is: Do you think the law should be changed to allow for assisted suicide?


Poll Results:

Yes (3758)
No (3607)


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