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  • cuttysark
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    Given that depression affects our decision making and that the symptoms include suicidal ideation and lack of hope for the future it does seem very surprising that her doctors would feel that she has capacity to make this decision. But also interestingly the article mentions "terminal". Is her depression terminal? It would appear to at least be incurable (with current treatment options) and causing suffering but is that how the law is interpreted or is it simply a mistranslation?