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Voluntary assisted dying legal in WA from July 1, unlikely to be widely used

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GP Scott Blackwell, the chair of West Australia’s voluntary assisted dying (VAD) implementation leadership team, believes only a tiny proportion of people facing terminal diagnosis will choose to end their lives when it becomes legal in the state on July 1.



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