How does assisting with suicide affect physicians?
Two years of euthanasia in Quebec: the facts
Nitschke designs suicide machine which doubles as a coffin
A last look at the Pacific
Victoria consents to euthanasia
Is voluntary stopping of eating and drinking an ethical alternative?
Demand for euthanasia surges in the Netherlands
New study casts doubt on effectiveness of euthanasia regulation in the Netherlands
Is euthanasia for psychological suffering changing Belgian medicine?
Do women get a raw deal in assisted dying?
‘Yes’ to euthanasia no longer certain in Victoria
Complexity, uncertainty and potentiality in the euthanasia debate
How euthanasia affects nurses
Breaking the golden thread
Will assisted suicide always provide a quick and gentle death?
Quebec moves slowly toward euthanasia for dementia
Euthanasia: a failure of memory and imagination
Major US doctors group slams physician-assisted suicide
Dutch right-to-die group confirms elder abuse risk – but doesn’t seem to care
Elder abuse – a real and present danger
Dutch couple choose euthanasia together
‘It’s about people like me’: disabled and dead against euthanasia
A tale of two Sams: you should not actively euthanize your baby
Does death have a meaning?
Report confirms a massive majority against euthanasia in New Zealand
Why the Andrews legislation is all about suicide
The euthanasia slippery slope: a failure of memory and imagination
Soaring hopes as an antidote to assisted suicide
How many safeguards do you need to make assisted suicide safe?
It can’t be all about the money! Or is it?
The law must protect, doctors must care, and euthanasia undermines both
Euthanasia: the slippery slope sold as desired progress
Triple suicide in Queensland: why aren’t we celebrating?
A Dutch euthanasia pioneer surveys the wreckage and despairs
Elder abuse is a clear and present danger in the euthanasia debate
An Orwellian assisted suicide bill to be debated in New South Wales
What’s wrong with prisoner euthanasia?
‘Existential distress’, not pain, drives euthanasia
‘They killed her last night’
Euthanasia bill crushed in Tasmania
Do suicides increase where euthanasia is legal?
Doctors will have to lie on euthanasia death certificates
Are there ‘good suicides’ and ‘bad suicides’? Or are all of them bad?
Belgian Catholic group explains switch on euthanasia
Belgian Catholic psychiatric hospitals ‘adjust’ their view of euthanasia
Head of Belgian order explains shock move
Euthanasia is a ‘sideshow’ in end-of-life care, says leading US bioethicist
Nitschke creates his own euthanasia award
Euthanised organ donors could dramatically shorten waitlists, say Belgian doctors
Politicians wrestle with doctors’ consciences in Victoria
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