Year: 1996 Source: The Lancet, v.347, no.9007, (April 13, 1996), p.1046 SIEC No: 19970081

This article discusses an anyonymous survey, given to persons with HIV in Flanders, Belgium, between September, 1993 and August 1995. Eighty-two percent of the participants agreed with physician-assisted euthanasia, for severe physical suffering; 50% agreed in the case of psychological suffering; 26% simply on demand; and 67% felt a physician should be able to terminate life. No difference in attitude was observed between homosexual men, heterosexual men and heterosexual women.