Consortium chair Susan M. Wolf, JD, has posted on Harvard Law School’s Bill of Health about dying in America. Her post, co-authored wit Nancy Berlinger, PhD, and Bruce Jennings, MA, argues that decades of work to fix end-of-life care have failed to make the progress needed. The Canadian Supreme Court’s Feb. 6 decision in Carter v. Canada finds patients still experiencing intolerable suffering and finally throws in the towel, legalizing “physician aid in dying” in Canada. For more from Prof. Wolf and co-authors on this topic, visit the Feb. 12 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine.
Thursday, February 19, 2015