washington state’s experience with assisted suicide …

April 5, 2011

in Bioethics,Hospice & Palliative Medicine,Spirituality

2010 Annual Report

The vast majority of the 72 persons who killed themselves did so for reasons of control and autonomy – not intractable suffering (p. 7)

The vast minority (2 of the 72) underwent any kind of mental health evaluation.

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