Zeke Emmanuel studies assisted suicide in JAMA

My former colleague Stacey Burling writes a good story today in The Philadelphia Inquirer on the latest research on physician assisted suicide -- better known among supporters as medical aid in dying or death with dignity. She interviews Ezekiel Emanuel, the Penn professor and physician, who has a long history in this issue and opposes legalizing it. The catalyst for the story is a study on the subject that ran in JAMA on Tuesday.

Here is the link to her story:

http://www.philly.com/philly/news/20160706_More_people_can_ask_for_help_in_dying__but_very_few_do.html