Euthanasia

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Netherlands healthcare concept. Medical stethoscope with country flag
Netherlands healthcare concept. Medical stethoscope with country flag

Dutch MD Describes Euthanasia and Organ Harvesting

Euthanasia homicide is conjoined with organ harvesting in at least three countries — Canada, the Netherlands, and Belgium. In the latter two, the donors who are killed are sometimes mentally ill, not physically sick. Or, they might be disabled. Read More ›
Doctor in blue uniform with stethoscope attached to handcuffed at the wrist.
Doctor in blue uniform with stethoscope attached to handcuffed at the wrist.

California Bill to Force M.D. Participation in Assisted Suicide

When activists successfully legalized assisted suicide in California, they persuaded the California Medical Association to shift from opposition to neutrality with the promise that no doctor would be forced to participate. But here’s the thing with assisted suicide: Such promises are made to be broken. Read More ›
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State Capitol of Hawaii, Honolulu
State Capitol of Hawaii, Honolulu

Now Hawaii Wants Non-Physician-Assisted Suicide

Always remember that the first iteration of assisted-suicide legalization is not the last iteration. Over time — and once people get used to doctors prescribing for suicide or giving lethal jabs — the laws are loosened to make more people eligible to die, or to expand the cadre of medical professionals entitled to end patient’s lives. Read More ›
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A concept based on the Canadian healthcare system.
A concept based on the Canadian healthcare system.

Reader’s Digest Canada Pushes Euthanasia, Ignores Hospice

The push is on in Canada to normalize euthanasia as the best way to die — to save money and emotional turmoil. How hard is the push? Reader’s Digest Canada — no less — has published a guide to end-of-life planning that pushes euthanasia and doesn’t even mention hospice. Read More ›
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Paid medicine in Canada. Medical tourism. Healthcare in Canada. Treatment abroad. Treatment in Canada. Medical services.

Canadian Hospice to Be Shuttered for Refusing Euthanasia

I have written here before about Delta Hospice in British Columbia, which has been under unremitting pressure by the government of the province — including a funding cutoff — only because it refuses to participate in euthanasia. It is now being forced to lay off clinical workers and faces eviction. Read More ›
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The Euthanasia Cancer Spreads

The West is tearing itself apart. The symptoms are evident in our bitterly divided politics and the attempts to punish those with heterodox views. Read More ›
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Austrian Court Creates Right to Assisted Suicide

A bit ago, Germany’s high court created an absolute right to commit suicide and the concomitant right to have help in making oneself dead. Now, an Austrian court has said that committing suicide is a right of “self determination” and that obtaining help is part of that right. Read More ›
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Netherlands healthcare concept. Medical stethoscope with country flag
Netherlands healthcare concept. Medical stethoscope with country flag

Dutch Doctors Can Now Drug Dementia Patients Before Killing Them to Prevent Resistance

A few years ago, Dutch doctor Marinou Arends attended to her dementia patient in a nursing home. Arends wasn’t there to treat her, but to kill her via lethal injection. Read More ›