In Canada, A Change of Heart About Euthanasia

If "assisted death" is such a good thing, why are so many Canadian doctors having second thoughts?

Last year, voters in Canada approved a Medical Aid in Dying law. The legislation allows physicians to help gravely ill patients end their lives. Advocates of these sorts of laws justify it by using words such as "compassion," and "death with dignity" — and many Canadian doctors agreed, saying they'd be glad to participate in physician-assisted suicide.