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Supreme Court of India legalizes passive euthanasia

Purav Mody, Ankana Daga.

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Recently, India joined a select group of countries worldwide such as Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Switzerland and the states of Oregon and Washington in the United States in legalizing the administration of passive euthanasia.

Key words: Euthanasia, Supreme Court of India, Passive Euthanasia

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