Debate surrounding assisted suicide polarises public opinion. Some believe that adults who are of sound mind and who are terminally ill should have the freedom to choose when their life comes to an end. Others believe there are too many potential pitfalls and variables for assisted suicide to become law. This book examines both sides of the debate surrounding euthanasia and assisted suicide. It also looks at potential solutions, laws and case studies in order to help readers debate these complex issues and draw their own conclusions.