The Dutch Justice Minister has backed a decision by the Procurators-General Council that dementia can be a valid reason for euthanasia, provided that certain conditions are met. The Council ruled last year that a doctor who agreed to a request by Alzheimer’s patients for euthanasia should not be prosecuted, provided that their condition is accompanied by unbearable and hopeless suffering.
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