Depends on the regulation put in place and circumstances
Kevorkian was convicted of murder. He was a murderer. That conviction was entirely appropriate. Any doctor who does what he did is violating human rights as well as medical ethics; they should be thrown into prison forever.
Horse sense is the thing a horse has which keeps it from betting on people. ~W.C. Fields
I'm sorry but you equated palliation to assisted suicide in this thread; that's too offensive and too crazy for anything you say right now to be taken seriously. In your rush to score points against me in some fight you're dragging from thread to thread, you have leapt yourself onto a completely untenable and insane position.
*I know the above may sound odd, but it is a serious question.