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Terry Pratchett backs assisted dying bid

Sir Terry Pratchett has said he is ready to be a test case for assisted suicide "tribunals" which could give people legal permission to end their lives. He has Alzheimer's and says he wants to be able to have an assisted death if the situation arises. Professor of palliative care Baroness Finlay voices her concerns about Sir Terry's proposal.


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