A doctor was called to the bedside of a patient with lung cancer because she was in pain. At that first meeting, the doctor discussed euthanasia with her as a possible option. He phoned her family doctor, who advised him that the patient had never directly discussed euthanasia with him, so he would not approve the killing.
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