Euthanasia: we can live without it
German Federal Court opens the door to assisted suicide.
Once you give physicians the right, in law, to cause death, ethical boundaries prohibiting the intentional killing of human beings are forever changed.
An article published by NPR.org today examines the debate concerning euthanasia and assisted suicide in Germany.
A memorial to the victims of the Nazi T-4 euthanasia program will open on Tuesday September 2 in Berlin near the central Tiergarten park.