Wesley Smith blogs on the British Medical Journal article that argues that British physicians should end their opposition to physician-assisted suicide. Instead, the Journal argues, this is a question for society and doctors should be neutral about it.
Smith rightly notes that this is preposterous, since doctors are a part of society and have a sworn duty to the well-being of their patients. Shame on the British Medical Association for pulling a stunt like this and shame on the Journal of being complicit in the promotion of doctor-based murder.
Read Smith’s post here.