Euthanasia strips death of its meaning at the time we need it most
When doctors are authorised to kill their patients, fundamental social values undergo a tectonic shift
Of all ideas about assisted dying, this must be the worst
The fundamental question in confronting euthanasia is whether life is worth living
Washington DC moves to adopt the most dangerous law yet.
A union for Australian nurses is backing euthanasia
But by the narrowest of margins
There were nearly three times the number of expected deaths
UK society changes its name
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.
A Washington state psychotherapist relates the chilling story of how her disabled client died.
One woman's surprising response to legalisation: get a tattoo.
The process comes with a price-tag, but the social costs cannot be estimated.
Another one-sided report on euthanasia, this time in the Australian state of Victoria
Assisted suicide supporters cannot agree on what to call it
Journalists should guard against coverage that could lead to 'suicide contagion'.
A former member of a euthanasia review board is horrified at what is happening in his country
Since legalisation 991 people have died.
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