Euthanasia: we can live without it
The theory and the practice of euthanasia simply don’t match and the rhetoric and reality are miles apart.
Any law would be a stepping stone, a toe in the door, towards assisted suicide on demand.
Focus on suicide prevention and on providing better care and support.
The Australia & New Zealand Society of Palliative Medicine (ANZSPM) have adopted a formal position in opposition to euthanasia & assisted suicide.
Baroness Prof Ilora Finlay, a Welsh palliative care specialist, spoke about the need to protect the vulnerable.
NZ's peak medical body speaks out.
Ms Barry said many advocates of euthanasia were unaware of the world-class palliative care available in New Zealand's 35 hospices, palliative care homes, and in hospitals.
Powerlessness and assisted suicide can be a dangerous combination.
Then there’s the family members who have absolutely no shame in admitting they want their relative dead.
Our lives are already at greater risk when people think we don’t need to live
A court case in New Zealand has sparked debate about Euthanasia & Assisted Suicide.
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