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The majority of physicians now support medical aid-in-dying for the terminally ill, but patients are still far more likely to approve of the practice.
A Connecticut physicians group has been hit with a $125,000 fine for alleged HIPAA violations after one of its doctors spoke to a TV reporter.
A Texas jury has sentenced an orthopedic surgeon to 10 years in prison for sexually assaulting a 71-year-old female patient, plus more news.
While a legal battle goes on, a state appeals court has reinstated California’s physician aid-in-dying law, at least temporarily.
With its members arguing for and against physician-assisted dying, the American Medical Association voted to continue to review its stance.
Dozens of terminally ill patients in California who counted on using the state’s medical aid-in-dying law may be in limbo for a month after a ruling.
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra filed an appeal against a judge’s recent decision to overturn the state’s physician aid-in-dying law.
California’s attorney general will appeal a judge’s decision Tuesday that overturned the state’s physician aid-in-dying law.
Hawaii is the seventh state to legalize medical aid-in-dying for terminally ill patients. But implementing the laws hasn’t always been smooth sailing.
Critics of a proposed rule to allow healthcare workers to refuse care based on conscience have urged others to speak out before a comment period ends.