More than 450 patients at a UK hospital died after being powerful painkillers inappropriately. A new report has found Gosport War Memorial Hospital had an institutionalised practice of shortening lives.
Up to 200 more patients might have died as a result of medical staff the independent panel said. Police have been asked to reinvestigate.
The panelists discuss whether stories like this make them reconsider the idea of medically-assisted suicide.