Euthanasia: we can live without it
Assisted suicide and euthanasia are contrary to all historic codes of medical ethics, including the Hippocratic Oath, the Declaration of Geneva, the International Code of Medical Ethics and the Statement of Marbella.
Canadian surgeons harvesting organs from euthanised patients
"there is no free choice as there is only one choice."
Advocates of assisted suicide have already served notice they will challenge the legislation in court: because it does not apply to children, or the mentally incompetent.
"Unfortunately, the federal report released yesterday recommends exactly the opposite, and proposes the world’s most open-ended regime with arguably the lowest safeguards."
This bill provides the perfect cover for acts of murder by enabling “other people” who directly participate in the act.
The Aunt is dead and now it is too late to suggest that after 10 days her bladder infection may have cleared up and her request for lethal injection may have passed.
"In the absence of appropriate medical services, it is impossible to give a free and informed consent to receive physician-assisted suicide. By not having access to quality and rapidly accessible health care, a person may end his or her life prematurely."
Report on the passing of Canada's euthanasia and assisted suicide law.
consent to the infliction of death is not a justification for inflicting death
Canadian doctors are struggling with euthanasia.
The Canadian Medical Association rolled over and played dead earlier this month in the wake of the passage of euthanasia legislation in the Province of Quebec.
"For us, medical aid in dying is euthanasia; it does not fit into our concept of palliative care; it is not a treatment,"
assisted suicide and euthanasia are fundamentally rooted in the most heinous discrimination against disabled people
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