British Medical Association Advises Families to Trawl Social Media, Email to See if Relative on Life Support Prefers to Die

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(The Christian Institute) New guidance from the British Medical Association (BMA) advises searching the old online content of patients on life-support to see if they want to die.

The BMA said that emails and social media posts could contain evidence that a seriously ill patient would prefer not to live with a disease or brain injury leaving them totally dependent.

Dr. Max Pemberton, a member of the BMA, said the organisation was trying to introduce “euthanasia by stealth” and had “lost the plot.”

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