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.
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?
Canada’s supreme court strikes down ban on assisted suicide
Will it have a knock-on effect south of the border?
Why not pay commercial providers to assist suicides?
It's a logical development of a system like Oregon's, says a bioethicist.
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.
There’s no “mushy middle” on euthanasia
The Canadian Medical Association is not being honest about its change of policy.
A compassionate society prevents suicide; it doesn’t promote it
How can we prevent suicide if we are also assisting it?
“End of life options”: a young person’s game
People with disabilities feel threatened by moves to legalize killing of those who request it.
Medical homicide: telling it as it is
Today the House of Lords in the British Parliament begins a debate on legalising assisted suicide.
A man who disdains euphemisms
Philip Nitschke is forcing Australians to see how serious assisted suicide is.
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.
Fact-checking claims of “well regulated euthanasia”
Good ethics must be based on good facts, not hoping for the best.
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