Preliminary results of the assisted suicide survey

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Some of you may have read the assisted suicide post from the 21st October. If not you may want to read it now:

Multiple Sclerosis Research: Assisted suicide: over my dead body! 21 Oct 2012

The following are the preliminary results of the survey:




If you agree or don’t agree with the results please complete the following survey. Thanks. 



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