'Aruna Shanbaug's death has again opened up the euthanasia conversation in the public domain. For a health care discourse often dominated by inane news, this is not such a bad thing,' says Dr Sanjay Nagral. Six months back I had to perform emergency surgery on a businessman for intestinal gangrene. He was 75, had diabetes and had previously suffered from two heart attacks. Over the last few years his activity was severely restricted and was largely bed ridden. During the surgery I had to remove ... Rediff.com, 6 days ago
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