Fewer than one in five doctors would be willing to help patients end their lives, according to a new poll. . . . a survey of 600 doctors by the Medix consultancy found that 60 % are against a change in the law to allow physician-assisted suicide.
This is a rise of 17 points from the last time the same question was asked – just 43% were against a change in 2004 . . . [See full text at Most doctors oppose assisted dying.]