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The motion was defeated and the proposer of the motion Ray Tallis said he was dissapointed at the level of debate.
You can read all the comments on the issue here: http://doc2doc.bmj.com/forums/open-clinical_medical-ethics_should-doctors-neutral-position-assisted-dying_.0
One speaker seemed dissapointed that the BMJ had taken a stance on assisted dying and criticised the BMJ for not being neutral on this debate for neutrality. Do you think the BMJ should take a stance and be opinionated on these issues and others? Or should it be entirely impartial at all costs?