The doctor was firm and combative.
Mention the term “euthanasia,” and the first thing most people think of is the epic assisted suicide battle of the 1990s starring Jack “Doctor Death” Kevorkian. But the issue of whether human beings and more pointedly, doctors have the right to help others die has been in the public discourse since before the birth of Christ.
It has long been the final destination for terminally ill patients who want to end their lives, offering what many consider to be a dignified way out of their suffering. It featured scenes of a worried Roach pleading with his fighter to move their training camp from Baguio as another typhoon was forecast to land.