Nearly half of GPs would want assisted death, poll suggests
Almost half of GPs would want to be prescribed drugs to help them die if they were terminally ill and suffering unbearably, a poll suggests.
The survey of more than 1,000 family doctors found most would want the option of “assisted dying” under certain circumstances.
The poll, commissioned by a pressure group in favour of assisted dying, comes as the Royal College of Physicians questions its members on its position. The Telegraph