Dr. Joseph Marine an associate professor of medicine in the cardiology division at Johns Hopkins Hospital discusses negative impacts of physician-assisted suicide.
It's a controversial issue.
On one hand you have a terminally ill patient who has less than six months to live on the other opponents who say it is undignified.
We're talking about physician-assisted suicide, an issue the General Assembly will debate for a third year in a row.
To learn more about the opposition to the legislation watch the video above with Dr. Joseph Marine an associate professor of medicine in the cardiology division at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
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