I believe in safeguards, too: liberal pain control and directives that allow sick people to stipulate which procedures they do not want. Love.
I told Adams I fear that if we legalize assisted suicide, overworked providers will eliminate inconvenient people, just as shelters dispatch unwanted cats. He knows it could happen. He argued that "good things" -- hospitals and police -- come with risks.
Me, I don't want to live in a world where one group of people decides when another group should die. For that, Adams wants me to die a horrible death. Once death becomes the solution for one condition, it becomes a remedy for others.