News Headlines - 05 January 2012

▽Assisted suicide should be legal for patients with terminal illness - report - Metro
Doctors could be given the right to help patients with a terminal illness die if they have less than a year to live, a new report has stated.

▽Church of England calls assisted suicide plan morally unacceptable - Telegraph.co.uk
A senior bishop has described plans to allow assisted suicide for the terminally ill as morally unacceptable.

▽Diane Abbott accused of racism over Twitter post - The Guardian
Diane Abbott, the shadow health minister, has been accused of racism after she posted a comment on Twitter which said "white people" liked to play "divide and rule".

▽Risk from breast implants cannot be judged - The Independent
The safety of breast implants inserted into tens of thousands of British women is impossible to judge, the body responsible for regulating them has admitted, because an accurate record of the number of procedures has not been kept.

▽Kodak Drops on Report It Is Preparing for Bankruptcy Filing - Bloomberg
Eastman Kodak Co. (EK), the imaging company that lost 88 percent of its market value last year, fell after a report that the company is preparing for a bankruptcy filing should its effort to sell patents fail.







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