Gold medallist paralympian from Belgium seeks euthanasia
Michael Cook | Aug 13 2016 | comment  
Marieke Vervoort has become an ambassador for the right-to-die movement

Isn’t killing 19 disabled people a hate crime?
Paul Russell | Aug 2 2016 | comment  
Why didn't Japan's biggest mass killing since World War II create more waves in the media?

Canada: the world has gone MAD
Paul Russell | Jul 8 2016 | comment  
The government will help you violate your conscience.

Will Belgium grant euthanasia for unwanted sexual attraction?
Michael Cook | Jun 11 2016 | comment  
A 39-year-old man has requested euthanasia because he fears that he may be a paedophile

A sugar coated poison pill for Victoria
Paul Russell | Jun 9 2016 | comment  
Another one-sided report on euthanasia, this time in the Australian state of Victoria

A solution in search of a name
Michael Cook | May 31 2016 | comment  
Assisted suicide supporters cannot agree on what to call it

Ever-expanding boundaries of Belgian euthanasia
Michael Cook | May 17 2016 | comment  
What began as a merciful death for the terminally ill can be an opt-out for troubled teens

“Protect doctors’ conscience rights!” Belgium’s advice to Canada
Michael Cook | May 16 2016 | comment  
Three doctors speak out

Belgium to Canada: Hello? Hello? Don’t do it!
Michael Cook | May 13 2016 | comment  
First in a series of videos about euthanasia in Belgium

Death with real dignity
Martin Cullen | May 9 2016 | comment  
Doctors cannot promise patients absolute control over their dying moments.

Making the best of a bad law
Margaret Somerville | May 5 2016 | comment  
If it's going to be legal, euthanasia in Canada should always be an exception which must be reviewed by a judge

Indigenous Canadians fear impending euthanasia law
Michael Cook | May 3 2016 | comment  
Suicide crisis in remote towns highlights need for caution

Dutch paediatricians seek child euthanasia
Michael Cook | May 2 2016 | comment  
Government to fund study

Canada’s euthanasia Leviathan
Michael Cook | Apr 26 2016 | comment  
Supporters invoke Thomas Hobbes in a proposal to crush conscientious objection to euthanasia

‘What we’re talking about is killing people’
Paul Russell | Apr 19 2016 | comment  
Former Prime Minister weighs into euthanasia debate.

Everybody’s a winner when euthanasia combines with organ donation, say doctors
Michael Cook | Apr 5 2016 | comment  
"Ghoulish" proposal in the Journal of Medical Ethics criticised by British politicians

That euthanasia stuff… does anyone remember what we decided?
Michael Cook | Apr 4 2016 | comment  
Belgium legislators forgot to publish an amendment

Australian health minister does not support euthanasia
Paul Russell | Apr 1 2016 | comment  
Health reforms include improvements in palliative care.

The Netherlands is normalising euthanasia
Michael Cook | Mar 30 2016 | comment  
A former member of a euthanasia review board is horrified at what is happening in his country

It’s about autonomy, not pain
Cristina Alarcon | Mar 18 2016 | comment  
A Canadian euthanasia trail-blazer has openly admitted that pain is not behind most requests for death.

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