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Should GPs play a role in assisting a patient's death?

The BMA should follow the Royal College of Nursing and end its opposition to legally assisted dying, says Dr Colin Lennon. But Dr Tony Calland argues GPs should take into account patients' views in offering treatment and pain relief, but helping them die would be a betrayal of trust

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