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Canadian court rules parts of assisted-suicide law violate patient rights

Reuters Wednesday, 11 September 2019 ()
Two severely ill and handicapped Canadians can ask for immediate help in ending their lives, a court in the province of Quebec ruled on Wednesday, in a judgment that deemed parts of the country's existing laws governing physician-assisted suicide as unconstitutional.
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