Assisted Suicide

as·sist·ed su·i·cide

əˈsistid ˈso͞oəˌsīd/

noun: assisted suicide
  1. the suicide of a patient suffering from an incurable disease, effected by the taking of lethal drugs provided by a doctor for this purpose.

Our goal is to explore the controversy behind physician assisted suicide. The good, the bad, and everything in between.