Major gaps persist in knowledge of the practice of assisted suicide and euthanasia
Globally, opposition to euthanasia dwarfs end-of-life movements
Canada’s euthanasia philosophy: ‘control, choice and change’
In US and Canada, end-of-life laws endanger people with disabilities
Canada’s euthanasia law under fire after euthanasia of depressed patient
UK: common sense 1; transgender sense 0
Bump, bump, bump
‘Steering’ is the elephant in the euthanasia room
Australia’s legislative laboratory for euthanasia
Marketing death as a solution to Alzheimer’s
Jeffrey Epstein escapes justice
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Vincent Lambert is going to die
10 reasons why Vincent Lambert should live
Muslims in New Zealand call for defeat of a euthanasia bill
US doctors vote to oppose assisted suicide
Assisted dying bill reinforces deadly cultural assumptions
Death with style and elegance: Philip Nitschke’s death pod
A doubleplusungood story about Dutch euthanasia
Self-appointed suicide guides will always ignore the law
France divided over fate of brain-damaged man
Ontario court affirms right of state to compel participation in euthanasia
Is death by organ donation around the corner?
Belgian tug-of-war over euthanasia for mental illness and dementia
Health Canada publishes inaccurate and incomplete data on euthanasia
Euthanasia and assisted suicide dropped 8.4% in the Netherlands in 2018
At least 1.12% of deaths in Canada are due to euthanasia
The World Medical Association should not play politics with euthanasia
After a mammoth public consultation, NZ euthanasia bill hangs in the balance
The power of words
‘I don’t want assisted suicide ads to make me feel unworthy of care’
Are patients with personality disorders who request euthanasia being treated properly?
#DefendNZ: rallying Kiwis against euthanasia
The other country where euthanasia for children is legal—Colombia
Assisted dying can be “inhumane”, experts claim
Can doctors be ‘neutral’ about assisted suicide and euthanasia?
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Why the Royal College of Physicians may go ‘neutral’ on assisted suicide and why that matters
Euthanasia deaths in Quebec rising rapidly
Architects of Victoria’s right-to-die law publish ‘manual’ on how to push legislation through
18 years after asking for ‘the pills’ a woman is glad to be alive
Wife critical of journalist husband’s trip to Swiss suicide clinic
The Canadian euthanasia express rolls on
Did the leader in California’s governor’s race assist his mother’s suicide?
Is it possible for doctors to be neutral on physician-assisted suicide?
Suicide by media
Who will protect Canadian doctors if they are forced to refer for euthanasia?
Making death easier makes life harder
Canada laying groundwork for child euthanasia
Amend law to allow organ donor euthanasia, say Canadian doctors
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