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This article is available to subscribers. Already subscribed? Sign in . Physicians in the Netherlands and Belgium have helped a small but growing number of patients with mental illness but no terminal condition to end their lives. In some U.S. states, attempts to extend physician-assisted death to psychiatric patients appear inevitable. THIS ARTICLE IS AVAILABLE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Already a subscriber? Sign in. FUNDING AND DISCLOSURES. Disclosure forms provided by the authors are available at NEJM.org. AUTHOR AFFILIATIONS. From Weill Cornell Medical College (F.G.M.), and Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons (P.S.A.) — both in New York. Full story

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