French Debate End-of-Life Decisions

A fierce debate has erupted in France over who should have the right to make end-of-life decisions. The controversy was sparked by the recent death of a young man who wrote a book called I Ask You for the Right to Die with only the use of his left thumb. Frank Browning reports.

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