A peek behind Belgium’s euthanasia curtain
More than five years after their sister died, two women go public.
When do we get our euthanasia app?
Mercy killing has become normalized, even banal, in Canada.
Should people be denied choices at the end of life?
Choice, safeguards, and a loaded question.
Archbishop forces showdown over Belgian euthanasia law
New prelate says that euthanasia may not take place in Catholic nursing homes.
Making suicide easier – and no one takes notice
Why aren't suicide prevention agencies denouncing Philip Nitschke?
Belgian MP calls for a review of the euthanasia law
Safeguards are meaningless, she claims.
Belgian doctors call for end to euthanasia for mental suffering
In an open letter 65 philosophers, psychiatrists and psychologists lament "death as therapy".
The case of the vanished euthanasia files
Precious American documents have disappeared, perhaps for ever.
Nitschke tells medical board to go to blazes
Burns practicing certificate and announces plans for a right-to-die campaign
The underground Dutch system for do-it-yourself euthanasia
Right-to-die groups are illegally promoting a "peaceful pill"
A bureaucracy of medical deception
Quebec physicians told to falsify euthanasia death certificates
Reality TV for toffs: The Economist and euthanasia
Journalists need guidelines for covering euthanasia.
Don’t manipulate Australia’s euthanasia debate
This week's Q&A allowed euthanasia campaigner Andrew Denton to dominate the discussion.
Surely you’re joking, Mr Denton
An Australian media personality ignores the facts about euthanasia
Doctor still knows best
An expert on Belgian euthanasia evades difficult questions.
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