7 deaths a day under Belgium’s euthanasia regime

  atistics released in Belgium show another increase in people being put to death under that country’s regime.   Continue reading

The devastating message being conveyed to people with disabilities

In a recent article, researcher Danielle van Dalen highlighted the dangers inherent in assisted suicide legislation when it comes to unintended negative inferences conveyed by such laws in relation to certain groups in our communities: Continue reading

Record deaths in Oregon

The latest report from Oregon in relation to its assisted suicide regime reported record deaths last year.  Continue reading

Removal of Canada’s safeguards set to cause more wrongful deaths

“It is not obvious that the current safeguards are working.” Continue reading

Canada’s expansion of euthanasia regime

‘Slippery slope’ has always been a controversial term in the euthanasia debate. Pro-euthanasia advocates use all kinds of contorted definitions and revisions of history to deny that there is any kind of slippery slope when it comes to euthanasia legislation, despite the lived experience of countries like Belgium and the Netherlands. Continue reading

Biased healthcare will get worse with euthanasia

“How much more money are we going to spend on him keeping him alive?” Continue reading

Victorians in the dark about assisted suicide regime

The release of the Victorian Voluntary Assisted Dying Review Board’s second report last week garnered much publicity.  However, apart from the fact that the number of deaths far exceeded the government’s estimates, it’s what is not included in the report that is disconcerting and raises more questions than it answers. Continue reading

SA Police miss key facts in euthanasia advocacy

The surprising support of SA Police for euthanasia and assisted suicide laws leads to questions about whether the SA Police reviewed all the relevant information before taking a stand on this important issue, and whether their advocacy will end at euthanasia and assisted suicide for the terminally ill. Continue reading

‘No support’ for euthanasia from AMA or WMA

The Tasmanian branch of the Australian Medical Association (AMA) has reminded lawmakers and the community that physician-assisted suicide is against the stance of the AMA and the World Medical Association, as well as the ethical tradition of medicine more generally. Continue reading