Belgium’s euthanasia establishment hisses back
When Tom Mortier complained about his mother's death, he learned how entrenched euthanasia is.
The Economist backs Belgian model of euthanasia
A new editor takes a familiar line: autonomy solves everything.
Life? I’m not really that into it any more
Healthy 24-year-old Belgian woman asks for euthanasia.
Peter Singer ‘disinvited’ over infanticide interview
'Belonging to the human species does not make it wrong to kill a living being'
Assisted suicide off the boil in New Zealand
The ball has been passed from the courts to Parliament.
What you don’t know can kill you
How safe would millions of uninsured Californians be under the proposed assisted suicide bill?
Assisted suicide: bad medicine for California
A disability experts says supposed safeguards in legislation are 'utterly hollow'.
Stephanie’s journey: a dying mother campaigns for life
You see life differently when death is imminent.
Scotland’s assisted suicide bill whacked by committee
"Significant flaws" in proposed bill.
Brittany Maynard speaks from grave to California senators
America’s leading assisted suicide lobby group has scored a public relations coup by exploiting the death of a young woman.
Australian Medical Association expels Nitschke
Professional consequences mount for Australia's notorious euthanasia doctor
Colombia may finalize euthanasia law in March
Constitutional Court gives health ministry 30 days to issue regulations.
Caution: language change ahead
Right-to-die activists want to create a cuddly word for assisted suicide.
Waiting for the goalposts to move
Doctors who are unwilling to participate in assisted suicide have justifiable fears of being forced to refer.
Canadians should brace for the coming tsunami
Now that assisted suicide has been effectively legalized, what comes next?
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