In the midst of the physician assisted suicide and euthanasia debate in Victoria, there are a variety of myths circulating. It is not possible to make good decisions if the process is flawed by misunderstandings and distorted beliefs. Here are some of the key distortions, debunked:
Myth 1: Public polls are reliable, and a decision about assisted suicide must accord with their results.
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