I'd also be curious about how this works from a life insurance perspective. I guess countries where this is legal have different allowances for it than ours might (i.e I know some life insurance policies don't pay out in cases of suicide?)
I'm all for it. I believe that people have a right to a peaceful death, and know that if my time was up I would want to control my death just like I try to control as much of my life as I can.
Would you feel better if a phlebotomist did the actual procedure of inserting the needle, using a prescription from a doctor? Personally I think that's semantics.
The number of U.S. states in which a person can marry the person they love regardless of gender: 30 and counting!
I think this is a fine thing. why are we stopping people who want to kill themselves? If they want to they will find a way and it will be a lot messier.
I don't think doctors should be made to do this. Just as I don't think all doctors need to provide abortions. Each doctor has their specialty and this is just one.