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
Suicide crisis in remote towns highlights need for caution
Government to fund study
Supporters invoke Thomas Hobbes in a proposal to crush conscientious objection to euthanasia
Former Prime Minister weighs into euthanasia debate.
"Ghoulish" proposal in the Journal of Medical Ethics criticised by British politicians
Belgium legislators forgot to publish an amendment
Health reforms include improvements in palliative care.
A former member of a euthanasia review board is horrified at what is happening in his country
A Canadian euthanasia trail-blazer has openly admitted that pain is not behind most requests for death.
Proposed amendments to Belgium's euthanasia law are designed to do away with conscientious objection
When euthanasia came to Aboriginal Australia.
When legalisation is inevitable its effects must be contained.
My father's frailty taught me we must respond with love and care.
More than five years after their sister died, two women go public.
Mercy killing has become normalized, even banal, in Canada.
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