A Doctor-Assisted Disaster for Medicine

In this article, William L. Toffler, an experienced physician in Oregon, reflects on some of the practicalities associated with assisted suicide law in that State. While Oregon is often cited as an example of an assisted suicide law working well, Toffler points out various flaws in the ‘safeguards’, as well as the negative impact on doctors’ ability to provide services.

This article is available online at: http://www.wsj.com/articles/a-doctor-assisted-disaster-for-medicine-1439853118