A series of recent landmark cases have highlighted the issues surrounding assisted suicide and may be shifting public opinion in the direction of greater freedom. These essays cover every aspect of the topic from the legal and religious issues to the deeply personal experiences of patients and carers. They present a reasoned libertarian argument for people with terminal conditions, or poor quality of life due to illness or treatment, to be allowed to be helped to kill themselves. The authors include Will Self, Stuart Lee, Lord Avebury, Peter Tatchell, Mary Warnock, and Anthony Grayling.
Colin Brewer is a London psychiatrist and writer. He has specialized in treating drug addiction but has also played a role in the Assisted Dying movement over the last thirty years. Michael irwin is a GP who has helped many patients travel to Switzerland for assisted dying
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