What began as a merciful death for the terminally ill can be an opt-out for troubled teens
Three doctors speak out
First in a series of videos about euthanasia in Belgium
"Ghoulish" proposal in the Journal of Medical Ethics criticised by British politicians
Belgium legislators forgot to publish an amendment
Proposed amendments to Belgium's euthanasia law are designed to do away with conscientious objection
More than five years after their sister died, two women go public.
Choice, safeguards, and a loaded question.
New prelate says that euthanasia may not take place in Catholic nursing homes.
Safeguards are meaningless, she claims.
In an open letter 65 philosophers, psychiatrists and psychologists lament "death as therapy".
An Australian media personality ignores the facts about euthanasia
An expert on Belgian euthanasia evades difficult questions.
85-year-old woman euthanised for grief before the camera.
A leading American bioethicist admits that he is worried by euthanasia in the Netherlands and Belgium.
When Tom Mortier complained about his mother's death, he learned how entrenched euthanasia is.
A new editor takes a familiar line: autonomy solves everything.
Healthy 24-year-old Belgian woman asks for euthanasia.
A prisoner is escaping life in jail by requesting euthanasia.
Son of euthanased patient alleges conflict of interest.
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