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The next national apology: Future Canadians might regret expansion of medically assisted dying laws

By Karandeep Sonu Gaind, Professor of Psychiatry, University of Toronto
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Research suggests that expanded access to MAiD tends to benefit people with wealth and privilege, offering them choices and autonomy. At the same time, it puts marginalized people at risk.

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