Belgium’s euthanasia law challenged
Son of euthanased patient alleges conflict of interest.
Don’t like nursing homes? The Dutch have a solution for you
How does euthanasia sound?
“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.
We were wrong, says former regulator of Dutch euthanasia
Euthanasia is becoming a ‘default’ mode of dying for cancer patients.
Lord Carey’s suicide mission
A former Archbishop of Canterbury gets everything wrong about assisted suicide.
A man who disdains euphemisms
Philip Nitschke is forcing Australians to see how serious assisted suicide is.
Killing Me Softly: a New Zealand report on euthanasia
This, plus some rollicking debates on TV, would give us a better informed public.
“Yes” to euthanasia brings a seismic shift in values
Why don’t most Quebec politicians recognize the momentousness of this decision?
Quebec legalises euthanasia
In the end it passed easily, by a vote of 94 to 22.
Deacon arrested over Belgian euthanasia deaths
Breaking news from a number of sources says that Belgian police have charged a 57-year-old man with 10 cases of illegal euthanasia.
Why would a euthanasia practitioner tour Auschwitz?
Belgium's foremost booster and chair of the national regulator has organised a tour.
Botched executions and euthanasia
An Oklahoma execution which went wrong was horrifying. But euthanasia is also violent; where are the protests?
Belgium: accelerating down the slippery slope
Involuntary euthanasia of patients in intensive care has become acceptable medical treatment in Belgium.
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.
Why euthanasia slippery slopes can’t be prevented
When we allow death to be inflicted, we lose our repugnance at the thought of killing other human beings.
Euthanasia of newborns under the microscope
The ends of medicine are health, cure and care, not taking innocent lives.
Fact-checking claims of “well regulated euthanasia”
Good ethics must be based on good facts, not hoping for the best.
Belgium extends euthanasia to children
Sick children can now ask for lethal injections.
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