Emily Debrey

Doctors and health care professionals must have the right to express conscientious objections to practices including but not limited medical assistance in dying. It is dehumanizing to require those who are in a serving role that necessarily requires compassion to check their consciences at the door. Practitioners must be considered human beings with convictions, not merely tools for a purpose,

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