Euthanasia: we can live without it
As a physician in Oregon, I have seen the dire effect of assisted-suicide laws on patients and my profession.
Disability Activist John Kelly provides testimony to the Californian Legislature in opposition to assisted suicide.
Hawaiian Bill rejected.
The Brittany Maynard story focusses on a supposedly 'peaceful death'. But is it always so?
lack of oversight reveals concerns that elders, who are being abused, may be dying by assisted suicide.
Anyone could ask for assisted suicide, but physicians decide who gets it.
Assisted suicide laws are more dangerous than people acknowledge.
Compassion and Choices is obviously not about choices.
Margaret Dore poses a reasonable question about suicide contagion and assisted suicide
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