El miercolés ha sido derrotada una moción para que la BMA (Asociación Médica Británcia) adoptara una posición "neutral" hacia la eutanasia:
On Wednesday the British Medical Association Annual Representative
Meeting debated a motion on euthanasia. Motion 332 called for the BMA to
adopt a neutral position on ‘assisted dying’. It had been brought
forward by members of the pressure group ‘Healthcare Professionals for Assisted Dying’(HPAD)
in an attempt to neutralise medical opposition to assisted suicide and
euthanasia ahead of a new parliamentary bill calling for legalisation.
HPAD is closely affiliated to Dignity in Dying, the former Voluntary
Euthanasia Society and this motion was part of a carefully orchestrated campaign.
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