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BioTuesdays.com interviews Rosario Cartagena about Bill C-14

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“In conversation with Rosario G. Cartagena” by Leonard Zehr, BioTuesdays.com BioTuesdays.com interviews Toronto lawyer Rosario Cartagena about the 2015 Supreme Court of Canada ruling that the ban on physician assisted suicide was unconstitutional, the subsequent development of Bill C-14 and its provisions.

 

In this interview with BioTuesdays.com, Ms. Cartagena discusses a Supreme Court of Canada decision in 2015 that declared the existing criminal prohibition on physician-assisted death to be unconstitutional and the proposed legislation, known as Bill C-14, which has come out of that ruling.