By Michael T Arnot It is as Dr Vernon Coleman says: One cannot get to see one’s own doctor, as all appointments are dealt with over the phone. Now with the proviso one is told that if the doctor feels it’s necessary for you to come in to see him, he will ask you to.
By Michael T Arnot The Midazolam Murders (see Euthanasia—a Good Death?) – that’s what they’ll end up being called. Euthanizing the elderly—this sounds like a novel that could have been written about the crimes of the late Dr Harold Shippman. It wasn’t so hot for those being murdered or for their relatives who would have