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Rationing and Rationality

Original Article

This article, published in National Review, mentions Discovery Institute Senior Fellow Wesley Smith:

… Baleful trends among bioethicists should heighten those concerns. The view that medical care should be withheld from people based not merely on the likelihood of success or the cost but on judgments about the quality of their lives is no longer held only by a fringe. Practices that are at best close cousins to euthanasia have become widespread. And as anyone familiar with the work of Wesley Smith knows, inquiries into patients’ intent are not always fastidious.

The full article can be found here.