"Assisted suicide is not a socially acceptable response to terminal or incurable illness or chronic conditions. Legalizing assisted suicide may result in some people feeling pressured and thereby considering themselves or their loved ones as ‘better-off-dead’. Some people will feel obliged to justify why they want to continue medical treatment. For many, including attending physicians, assisted suicide would become the unspoken, but ever present, question resulting in a subtle, negative change to the doctor-patient relationship. Will this result in a “duty to die”?