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March 09, 2015
Doctor Stephane Mercier, Head of the palliative care unit at Paul-Brousse Hospital, attends an interview...
Villejuif, France
Doctor Stephane Mercier attends an interview with Reuters in his office at the palliative care unit of...
Doctor Stephane Mercier, Head of the palliative care unit at Paul-Brousse Hospital, attends an interview with Reuters in his office at the hospital in Villejuif near Paris March 4, 2015. France's parliament will on Tuesday debate a bill allowing patients near the end of their lives to stop treatment and enter a "deep sleep" until they die, a move that critics say amounts to euthanasia in disguise. If passed, the legislation would give dying patients in the secular but majority Catholic country more power over their own treatment. Jean Leonetti, a centre-right lawmaker and doctor who authored the law, told Reuters the bill would allow patients with "hours or days to live" to request to be placed under general anaesthetic right through to the moment they die. Picture taken March 4, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS HEALTH)
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