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If having permission from loved ones. 4 years ago from a Socialist in South Bend, IN
Yes, but only if there is no chance of recovery, as well as after a psychological examination to prove they are in a sound mental state, and living is causing them physical and mental pain. 7 years ago from a Socialist in Carson, CA
Yes, but only after a psychological examination to prove they are in a sound mental state; or, if they've signed a legal document stating instances wherein lethal injection shall be allowed. 7 years ago from a Socialist in Branson, MO
Yes but Only after the insurance companies like Blue Cross and their self serving front group compasionandchoices.org is removed from the training, protocol, and law crafting of MOLST. (see it's initiation in New York) Also the public and health care providers need to understand the just how terminal a "terminal illness" is anyway. Illnesses are much more terminal when insurance companies don't want to pay for them and the same insurance company initiates legislation mandating that a doctor discuss MOLST which is tantamount to euthanasia. Most patients will do what their doctor steers them to do, and they will think they are making their own choice.
MOLST stands for Medical Orders for Life Sustaining Treatment. 7 years ago from a Socialist in Coronado, CA