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Researchers are ruling out socioeconomic vulnerability and lack of access to palliative care and reasons for opting for MAiD. But it's important to "put forward provisions in which those who are not seeking made are protected from being pressured into having it," Cardus Executive Vice President Ray Pennings notes in CBC.
Students have more time to consider a university acceptance than Canadians were given to rethink MAiD, writes Cardus Executive Vice President Ray Pennings in CBC.
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