Belgium: accelerating down the slippery slope
Involuntary euthanasia of patients in intensive care has become acceptable medical treatment in Belgium.
Hard cases make bad euthanasia laws
Heart-wrenching stories of people with terminal illness are compelling. But they still don't make a good case.
A recession is no time for assisted suicide, says disabled British peer
Moves to legalise assisted suicide in Britain are a threat to the disabled.
Why euthanasia slippery slopes can’t be prevented
When we allow death to be inflicted, we lose our repugnance at the thought of killing other human beings.
Euthanasia of newborns under the microscope
The ends of medicine are health, cure and care, not taking innocent lives.
Fact-checking claims of “well regulated euthanasia”
Good ethics must be based on good facts, not hoping for the best.
Does silence before Belgium’s new euthanasia law mean consent?
What have the dying-with-dignity crowd said about euthanasia for kids? Almost nothing.
Belgium extends euthanasia to children
Sick children can now ask for lethal injections.
Everything you need to know about euthanasia in Quebec
A great infographic summarising the issues.
It can get ugly
So you don't think euthanasia is dangerous for the disabled? This might change your mind.
Death of Welsh academic shows why suicide is the ultimate taboo
Why do advocates of euthanasia always insist that it is not really suicide?
Belgium and the majesty of the law
What accounts for the wall of incomprehension about euthanasia in Belgium?
The year’s top posts on euthanasia
Few social issues are more inflammatory than euthanasia. Careful! gives you the highlights of developments around the world. Here are the year's top posts.
La Force de iFop: France’s bizarre path to euthanasia
A panel of 18 randomly selected citizens takes the heat off President Hollande.
Belgian kids get the ultimate Christmas present
The Belgian Senate has just approved euthanasia for children.
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