Doctors: What has shaped your views on physician-assisted suicide?

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A renewed effort is under way to legalize physician-assisted suicide in California. A new bill — SB 128 — has been introduced that would let California doctors prescribe terminally ill patients a lethal dose of medications so that the patients could end their lives. Similar legislative attempts have failed in the past, most recently in 2007. 
We would like to hear from doctors: Do you support or oppose SB 128, the physician-assisted suicide bill? What experiences have shaped your opinion?

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