Medical Aid in Dying Should Be Governed by the Standard of Care – North Carolina

Kathryn Tucker has a new article in the North Carolina Law Review arguing that in states without a prohibition of MAID, such as North Carolina, it is both possible and desirable for the practice to develop subject to the standard of care as opposed to the traditional legislative approach. Ms. Tucker is founder and director of the End of Life Liberty Project, an advocacy organization dedicated to protecting and expanding the rights of the terminally ill.

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