How does one provide an absence of water, Lursa? You know what, I'm afraid you'll actually respond to this completely rhetorical and highly derisive question...Thinking that providing something that enables someone to commit suicide isnt assisting them.
I mean, I get it. I get what you're doing. You're being obnoxious with semantics. It's how you do.
PHYSICIAN ASSISTED SUICIDE refers to deliberately killing a patient, with the physician administering a lethal dose of medication.
You're all like, "Herp a derp, but by giving someone pain medication, aren't you 'assisting' them while they commit suicide? "
The correct response to this line of "logic" which completely ignores the concept of what we're talking about in this thread, where a physician is deliberately killing his patient, is as follows:
The problem is, yes, you are comparing all palliative care to deliberately killing your patient, and that remains ****ing insane and would be noxiously offensive to anyone involved in palliative care that has the misfortune to read such slanderous rubbish.