Euthanasia: we can live without it
Raphael Cohen-Almagor talks to MercatorNet about euthanasia in Belgium.
In the beginning euthanasia was seen as a last resort in a situation of extreme physical suffering. Now, increasingly, euthanasia is considered to be a patient's right.
Mr Mortier wants Australian politicians considering the same path to understand the impact prescribed killing has on society’s most vulnerable, but also on those left behind
Almost 1000 deaths are hastened without explicit request each year in Belgium.
Tine was obviously a troubled woman and 15 years before she had been seeing a psychiatrist regularly. But she was recovering from a love affair, not suffering unbearable mental anguish.
New study uncovers more than it probably meant to...
Make no mistake: if ever there was going to be a test case, this is it.
Is this a sign that the commission is taking its role seriously, or is there something else afoot?
"the Commission clearly allowed itself to broaden the scope of the law"
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