Asymptote: answering the dreadful question

Working in a specialty that is almost overwhelmed by '2 week wait' referrals (patients who are sent by their GPs with a suspicion of cancer), I am often asked, 'How long?' For some patients, inevitably, are found to have incurable disease. It is the job of me and my colleagues to provide an answer. Frequently,... Continue Reading →

The problem of late-stage consent in Assisted Dying

Assisted-dying law in Canada requires the person to be alert and able to provide consent just before their death. The Government of Canada website on Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD)┬ásays, You must be able to give informed consent both: at the time of your request immediately before medical assistance in dying is provided This seemingly... Continue Reading →

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