Euthanasia is a ‘sideshow’ in end-of-life care, says leading US bioethicist
Paul Russell | Apr 25 2017 | comment  
Ezekiel Emanuel says that pain is not the the reason people ask doctors to end their lives

Nitschke creates his own euthanasia award
Paul Russell | Apr 24 2017 | comment  
Honouring crass and undignified behaviour says something about the cause

Euthanised organ donors could dramatically shorten waitlists, say Belgian doctors
Michael Cook | Apr 24 2017 | comment  
There are some limitations, so the idea needs to be refined.

Politicians wrestle with doctors’ consciences in Victoria
Paul Russell | Apr 20 2017 | comment  
Conscientious objection needs to be protected

An empty chair, a missing Premier: a poignant metaphor
Paul Russell | Apr 10 2017 | comment  
Assisted Suicide: The Musical makes a compelling case.

Canadian doctors should not be forced to refer for euthanasia
A vegan, environmentalist, secular humanist doctor explains why

Canadian surgeons harvesting organs from euthanised patients
Michael Cook | Mar 28 2017 | comment  
Dozens of patients in Ontario have already donated organs and tissue

16,000 Voices – Kiwis say no to euthanasia
Jane Silloway Smith | Mar 15 2017 | comment  
A campaign is launched to let their reasons be heard.

The importance of stories in the euthanasia debate
Margaret Somerville | Mar 7 2017 | comment  
The risks and harms to vulnerable people outweigh any possible benefits

The mother situation
Michael Cook | Mar 7 2017 | comment  
An Australian short film about euthanasia is a comic hit.

DJ’s assisted suicide fuels Italy’s euthanasia debate
Chiara Bertoglio | Mar 2 2017 | comment  
A familiar strategy is being used to change public opinion.

So what does Mr Google have to say about assisted suicide?
Janie Valentine | Mar 2 2017 | comment  
There seems to be some subtle censorship built into the search engine

Euthanasia and Alzheimer’s: Canada takes a step in the wrong direction
Aubert Martin | Feb 27 2017 | comment  
Supporters of 'aid-in-dying' already want to expand the law

Lessons from indigenous wisdom in the euthanasia debate
Margaret Somerville | Feb 23 2017 | comment  
How a person dies affects others, not just in the present but in the future.

More nonsense from the panel that will design Victoria’s death law
Paul Russell | Feb 21 2017 | comment  
The supposed safeguards will not work

Imagining a future with compulsory euthanasia
Michael Cook | Feb 8 2017 | comment  
Let's stop global warming by cutting down on the number of old people

Not safe. Never safe. Victorian panel on assisted suicide gets it horribly wrong
Paul Russell | Feb 7 2017 | comment  
How can you make killing safe?

Struggling woman with dementia euthanised in Netherlands
Michael Cook | Feb 6 2017 | comment  
Relatives had to hold her down so that the doctor could give the lethal injection.

Euthanasia could save Canada millions in healthcare costs
Michael Cook | Feb 1 2017 | comment  
The bean counters have been hard at work

A flight from mystery
Margaret Somerville | Jan 23 2017 | comment  
Euthanasia strips death of its meaning at the time we need it most

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