Euthanasia: we can live without it
Euthanasia & Assisted Suicide and Elder Abuse are a toxic and dangerous mix
“Didn’t anyone think to buy her a cat?”
When I began to investigate this issue 3-4 years ago, I had no idea how dangerous this ‘movement’ could be; but I am clear now.
The European Court of Human Rights is set to hear a challenge to the Belgian euthanasia law.
NZ's peak medical body speaks out.
This is a great opportunity to promote good care instead of killing.
The central theme of the report is the ineffectiveness and bias of the body established by the legislation to allay the misgivings of the public by monitoring and controlling euthanasia
Bill finally tabled in the Dail by Independent TD, John Halligan
Supporters of 'aid-in-dying' already want to expand the law
When we cross that clear bright line drawn and held in the one place for millenia, we do not simply crossover for the supposed few. If we cross for some, we cross for all.
Alex Schadenberg, Executive Director of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition summarizes the peer reviewed journal article titled: Euthanasia and assisted suicide: a physician’s and ethicist’s perspectives.
This paper developed by Professors Donald Boudreau and Professor Margaret Somerville from McGill University, Monreal Canada, looks as the entire issue of euthanasia, its definitions through to its unfortunate euphemisms.
Edith Schippers of Public Health is working on a protocol to guide people who want to donate organs after their euthanasia
The real question legislators need to consider is this: should the state sanction the active killing of terminally ill patients by their doctors? We do ourselves a disservice to pretend euthanasia is anything other than this.
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