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This first right-to-die law just passed in Australia is a welcome break-through, but will it work in a smooth manner?

I’ve not yet had chance to read the Victoria law, but according to BBC World News, three doctors have to sign off on the proposed assisted dying, and then it goes before a board for final approval.

This sounds unworkable; anyway, why should such a personal, important quality of life decision go before a board of strangers? These procedures could take up the time the poor patient has left!
We shall see.

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