Monday, January 11, 2010

Montana Physician-Assisted Suicide

Read this over at the Voices for Reason blog. This is the official blog of the Ayn Rand Center for Individual Rights.

Montana has joined the short list of states that permit physician-assisted suicide . . . sort of.

It started with a court case brought by Robert Baxter when he was terminally ill with lymphocytic leukemia. His symptoms included infections, chronic fatigue, anemia, night sweats, nausea, massively swollen glands, digestive problems and generalized pain.

Check the rest out here.

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