French parliament approves continuous sedation of terminally ill

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The National Assembly passed a bill that stops short of euthanasia but allows doctors to give deep sedation to patients until their death.

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France's lower house of Parliament on Tuesday approved a bill that allows doctors to keep terminally ill patients sedated until death comes, a move sure to ignite more debate about end-of-life practices, reports NBC News.