In three weeks’ time, assisted dying will be legalised in New Zealand. The End of Life Choice Act is due to come into force on November 7 and hundreds of people are expected to register. Newshub outlines what this will mean in practice. It was David Seymour who introduced the Bill and ACT expects demand to increase. Up to 1000 people are expected to apply in the first year, but not all will opt for it, or be eligible – patients must meet strict criteria.
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