HOPE is a coalition of groups and individuals who oppose the legalisation of euthanasia and assisted suicide and support measures that will make euthanasia and assisted suicide unthinkable.
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Candice Lewis is a 25 year old Canadian woman who happens to have cerebral palsy. In September 2016 Candice went to the emergency room at Charles S. Curtis Memorial Hospital in St. Anthony after having seizures. Dr. Aaron Heroux told her she was very sick and likely to die soon. He offered her assisted suicide.Continue readingWe, the undersigned Australian Palliative Medicine professionals, do not support the introduction of medically assisted suicide or euthanasia in the states of Victoria and New South Wales. We are also writing to address claims made about Palliative Care by assisted suicide advocates, including Mr Andrew Denton, to the public and in the media. We do not intend this response as an attack on Mr Denton, and wish him well with a good recovery in his present illness.Continue reading
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HOPE is a single issue group. We recognise that there are many issues that our supporters may be interested in, but we focus solely on euthanasia & assisted suicide. We welcome anyone who stands with us on this issue. Learn more about us!