BMA rejects assisted suicide move
14:05, Jun 27 2012
Doctors have rejected calls to take a neutral stance on assisted suicide.
Medics at the British Medical Association's (BMA) annual conference in Bournemouth reiterated their opposition to assisted dying, with one delegate likening it to murder.
Members of the BMA voted down proposals for the organisation to take a neutral stance.
Doctors speaking at the conference cautioned that a change in position would send the wrong message.
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