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Canada passes assisted suicide bill, critics say it will 'trap patients in intolerable suffering'

Canada has adopted a law permitting assisted suicide for terminally ill adults whose death is “reasonably foreseeable." Some critics say the law prevents those with degenerative conditions such as Alzheimer's from seeking medically-assisted death.  Read more.

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