'Completed life' euthanasia will soon be legalised in the Netherlands
There is little or no substantive protection against coercion and abuse
Now that doctors may kill, will people become terrified of palliative care?
Paul Kelly fears that it will change the country for ever.
Marieke Vervoort's support of euthanasia sits ill with the Paralympic spirit.
A Belgian child was euthanised last week. Now they're studying a child euthanasia clinic in the Netherlands
The first death under the country's new law occurred last week
One woman's surprising response to legalisation: get a tattoo.
Interrogate belief systems; don’t dismiss them
Marieke Vervoort has become an ambassador for the right-to-die movement
Why didn't Japan's biggest mass killing since World War II create more waves in the media?
The government will help you violate your conscience.
A 39-year-old man has requested euthanasia because he fears that he may be a paedophile
Another one-sided report on euthanasia, this time in the Australian state of Victoria
Assisted suicide supporters cannot agree on what to call it
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
Doctors cannot promise patients absolute control over their dying moments.
If it's going to be legal, euthanasia in Canada should always be an exception which must be reviewed by a judge
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