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Germany Bans “Business-like Assisted Suicide,” But New Regulation Reminds Us: Killing Can Never Be Safe

By Jacqueline H. Abernathy, Ph.D. Switzerland has an unlikely tourist attraction -- one where those who visit never leave -- and it draws Germans to it more than visitors of any other nationality.  It is called the Dignitas clinic, and Germans represent 44 percent of foreign-nationals paying the staff to help them commit suicide. This is more than double the next most common nationality of suicide tourists, British citizens, who constitute 21 percent of the euthanasia clinic’s international business.  Death as a paid service is such a concern to the governments of Germany and the United Kingdom that both have recently voted on legislation to ban this practice.  Britain overwhelmingly rejected killing outright this September with a vote of 330 to 118 against legalizing assisted suicide. Germany, however, banned assisted suicide, but only when operated as a business.

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