Canadian philosopher promotes euthanasia of disabled newborns and infanticide
Udo Schüklenk uses quality-of-life arguments to support his eugenic philosophy.
Why not pay commercial providers to assist suicides?
It's a logical development of a system like Oregon's, says a bioethicist.
Dutch doctors to approve organ donation euthanasia
It could double the number of organs available every year.
The mysticism of Swiss assisted suicide
A stunning documentary gives an insight into the proselytising fervour of assisted suicide activists.
Australian euthanasia doctor battles deregistration
Philip Nitschke is making a stand on the validity of rational suicide.
What do we know about Brittany Maynard’s death?
The tragic death of a vibrant young woman is a parable about the dangers of assisted suicide.
Brittany Maynard decides to live—UPDATED
She's suffering, but not enough to choose death in Oregon with assisted suicide.
The illusion of “peace of mind”
Assuming total control over the moment of death would be a burden for the rest of one's life.
Rejecting euthanasia, respecting the human spirit
You don't need to be religious to respect the mystery at the heart of life.
Canada at a deadly crossroads
As the Supreme Court prepares to review euthanasia, a group of distinguished doctors warns of serious consequences.
Is there meaning in suffering?
Advocates of euthanasia are compassionate, but they miss something: we can find meaning in pain.
There’s no “mushy middle” on euthanasia
The Canadian Medical Association is not being honest about its change of policy.
This man will die from a lethal injection where they do it best. In Belgium
A prisoner is escaping life in jail by requesting euthanasia.
A compassionate society prevents suicide; it doesn’t promote it
How can we prevent suicide if we are also assisting it?
Belgium’s euthanasia law challenged
Son of euthanased patient alleges conflict of interest.
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