BMA drops opposition to assisted dying and adopts neutral stance

Doctors’ union votes to change official position​ after debate at annual representative meeting

The British Medical Association (BMA) has dropped its opposition to assisted dying and adopted a neutral stance on the issue.

, BMA drops opposition to assisted dying and adopts neutral stance, The Nzuchi Times Guardian

​The doctors’ union, which represents about 150,000 medics, voted to change its official position​ following a debate by members at its annual representative meeting in London. It had opposed legalising assisted dying since 2006.

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