Blue Sky | Oct 25, 2012 | 23:17

Do you agree with doctor-assisted suicide?

More than half of people in Saskatchewan say the want doctor-assisted suicide to be legal in the case of people with terminal illness. We spoke with medical ethicist Margaret Somerville for her take.

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