California Allows Aid-in-Dying Drugs for Terminally Ill, But Hospitals Set Barriers

April 8, 2019

(Reuters) – Since 2016, a California law has allowed terminally ill patients to obtain and use aid-in-dying medications from their doctors. But nearly two-thirds of California hospitals have policies against prescribing the drugs and forbid affiliated doctors from helping patients get them, a survey shows.

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