British Doctors Vote to Maintain Opposition to Assisted Suicide

Needle - syringe(Christian Institute) Doctors have decisively voted to maintain their opposition to assisted suicide at the British Medical Association’s (BMA) annual meeting.

Delegates voted by 198 to 115 against a motion which called for the BMA to take a ‘neutral’ stance on the issue.

The move means the doctors’ union retains its stance of opposing assisted suicide and supporting the current law which “allows compassionate and ethical care for the dying.”

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