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
Bit by bit 'onerous' safeguards are shed
Feelings trump facts when thinking about euthanasia
The fundamental question in confronting euthanasia is whether life is worth living
This brilliant short documentary explains why euthanasia abandons patients.
It's certainly less bother than a 12-step program in Alcoholics Anonymous
A union for Australian nurses is backing euthanasia
But by the narrowest of margins
There were nearly three times the number of expected deaths
What about euthanasia survivors? Who will listen to them?
People who think differently are not even to be allowed into medical school.
UK society changes its name
'Completed life' euthanasia will soon be legalised in the Netherlands
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.
Marieke Vervoort's support of euthanasia sits ill with the Paralympic spirit.
A Belgian child was euthanised last week. Now they're studying a child euthanasia clinic in the Netherlands
The first death under the country's new law occurred last week
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