Wanting to die at ‘five to midnight’

A very insightful article that will have you questioning your views on assisted dying and dementia.

It’s not unusual for Dutch patients with dementia to request euthanasia, but in the later stages of the disease they may be incapable of reconfirming their consent – one doctor is currently facing prosecution in such a case. But fear of being refused is pushing some to ask to die earlier than they would have liked.

By Andrew Bomford
BBC News

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