Pages tagged "Research"
Vermont Assisted Suicide Law: One year later ...
May 21, 2014
A year ago the Vermont legislature passed a law almost identical to that in operation in Oregon allowing for assisted suicide. Curiously, however, the Vermont law has a sunset clause on the operational guidelines that will expire after three years leaving assisting suicide in that state without even the pretence of legal oversight. This report from Continue reading
Euthanasia of newborns under the microscope
Mar 04, 2014
This is an excellent summary of the data from The Netherlands on child euthanasia written by Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Miami University, Prof. Felipe E. Vizcarrondo MD, MA, FCP. Continue reading
The Dutch Debate Doctor-Assisted Suicide For Depression
Feb 04, 2014
, writing for the online news service, , explores the incremental extension of euthanasia in The Netherlands from "unbearable and hopeless suffering" to euthanasia for depression.Nadette De Visser Continue reading
Oregon's 2013 assisted suicide report
Jan 30, 2014
Reposted from 's blog:Alex Schadenberg Continue reading
The euthanasia law in The Netherlands is derailed
Jan 20, 2014
This is an edited version of a report written by Tom Mortier. Tom Mortier Continue reading
Belgian euthanasia law and Quebec's Bill 52 are not safe.
Dec 14, 2013
Alex Schadenberg compares the Quebec Bill 52 with the Belgian euthanasia laws: Continue reading
Let's not forget how the Dutch do death by euthanasia
Dec 11, 2013
While a great deal of the focus on the euthanasia front is looking at Belgium at the moment, it is worth remembering that The Netherlands created patient killing by doctors long before their near neighbours. The Dutch reporting system tells the story as Continue reading
Euthanasia: we can live without it...
Nov 28, 2013
EPC Europe director, Kevin Fitzpatrick OBE writes for CNN Continue reading
Belgian activist warns of slippery slope as euthanasia becomes 'normal'
Nov 26, 2013
Canada's National Post newspaper, continuing its expose on euthanasia, interviews Dr Tom Mortier. Tom's mother was euthanased for clinical depression by Dr Wim Distelmans. Continue reading
VOLUNTARY EUTHANASIA AND 'ASSISTED DYING' IN TASMANIA: A RESPONSE TO GIDDINGS & McKIM Hannah Graham & Jeremy Prichard
Oct 28, 2013
October 2013 This paper was written by Tasmanian Academics, Hannah Graham and Jeremy Pritchard.The paper looks at the 'Voluntary Assisted Dying' Discussion paper circulated in March 2013 by MPs Lara Gidding and Nick McKim and is critical of their approach. Continue reading