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Legal assistance in dying for people with brain tumors
Annals of Palliative Medicine
The number of countries and states that have legalized assistance in dying under various names (Medical Assistance in Dying, Death with Dignity, etc.) has continued to grow in recent years, allowing this option for more patients. Most of these laws include restrictions for eligibility based on a terminal diagnosis and estimated prognosis, as well as asking certifying providers to attest to the cognitive and psychiatric competence and capacity of patients requesting access. Some laws alsodoi:10.21037/apm-20-756 pmid:32787350 fatcat:frmngl356zhg5hyj4y7n6byjxq