Euthanasia: we can live without it
"...the only question that remains is what conditions will death become the solution for life."
The absence of the possibility of objectivity is like a compass whose hand has no benchmark and can go any direction.
The European Institute of Bioethics looks at the latest data release on the incidence of euthanasia in Belgium.
CBC news reported that a Czech government advisor was forced to resign because he is promoting euthanasia for babies with disabilities.
deaths without patient request continue.
“The countries that are questioning possible legalization should be aware that supply creates demand.” Montero.
If euthanasia is a right, then there is logic in its imposition.
On April 19, 2012, an attractive 64-year-old woman named Godelieva De Troyer checked herself into a hospital in Brussels, where she was killed, at her own request, by lethal injection.
Either death or, well, err, death.
This summer, euthanasia will end her life full of inner conflict, depression and self-destruction.
A mentally-ill Belgian woman sought euthanasia to escape her problems. The doctors told her, sure, why not?
Euthanasia request by prison inmate raises significant questions and highlights Belgian hypocrisy.
Claire-Marie Le Huu-Etchecopar, a French nurse who worked in Brussels for 6 years, and who witnessed many euthanasia deaths, wrote the following which was published on theCollectif Plus Digne La Vie website.
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