Arizona bill targets assisted suicide

Euthanasia off the table in Quebec, for now

“Canada’s right-to-die debate almost over, doctors say”

Roger Kiska: Belgium’s deadly cough

David Cameron “to oppose assisted suicide vote”

Volunteers ready to help patients if assisted suicide becomes law in Scotland

Encouraging suicide isn’t a crime, Minnesota court says

Catherine Glenn Foster: Conn. lawmakers again consider letting doctors assist with suicide

Pro-family groups working together in New Mexico to fight doctor-assisted suicide | OneNewsNow

UK: Legalizing euthanasia would be only the start of our experiment

New Mexico AG Gary King appeals “right to die” ruling

Marie Meaney: Euthanasia brings end to Belgian monarchy

UK: Can we trust the decision over legalizing assisted suicide to politicians’ consciences?

UK: Assisted suicide moves closer as Government allows free vote

NH House rejects “Death with Dignity Act”

Belgian king signs measure allowing doctors to euthanize children

Pediatrician group opposes child euthanasia

Quebec Liberals block passage of euthanasia bill

Mocking compassion: Euthanasia beyond Belgium

Wesley J. Smith: Pushing multi-hospital death panels

LA Times op-ed: “Belgium’s humane stance on dying kids”

Quebec should beware of euthanasia

Tracey Rowland: What’s wrong with Belgium?

Belgium passes ‘right to die’ euthanasia law for children | Christian Post

What Belgium’s child euthanasia law means for America and the Constitution

Belgian lawmakers extend euthanasia to children

Belgium to allow children to kill themselves

Belgian lawmakers clash over “child euthanasia” bill

Archbishop of Montreal attacks Quebec “medical aid in dying” bill

Belgium set to extend “right-to-die” law to children

Dutch debate doctor-assisted suicide for depression

Quebec to vote on euthanasia bill that contradicts “basic human values”

Majority of Scots support the legalization of assisted suicide

Texas judge orders pregnant mom removed from life support

Pope expected to raise abortion, euthanasia in Hollande meeting

French court rules against passive euthanasia in tetraplegic case

ADF, allies: Canadian Supreme Court should again uphold laws against doctor-prescribed death

Belgium: Child Euthanasia Bill passes latest hurdle

“Pregnant, brain-dead woman’s husband sues hospital”

Judge: NM doctors can give meds to help people die

NARAL petitions Texas to take woman off life support that aims to save baby

Canada: Patient Leaves Hospital After Doctors Said He Would Die, Tried to Yank Life Support

Hospital Releases Jahi McMath to Family After Threatening to Remove Her Life Support

Hospital Agrees to Let Family Move Jahi McMath to New Medical Facility

Judge Grants Request From Jahi McMath’s Family to Extend Life Support

Legal Group Fights Swiss Lawsuit Promoting Euthanasia | NC Register

Hospital Yanking Jahi McMath’s Life Support Refuses to Transfer Her to New Facility

Belgian Senate votes in favour of euthanasia for children

Vatican Official: Belgium’s Bid to Euthanize Children a ‘Perversion of Mercy’

Patient in “Persistent Vegetative State” Communicates “I’m Not in Pain”

Hospital Pressuring Family of Girl “Brain Dead” After Tonsillectomy to Pull the Plug

Paul Lamb euthanasia bid would create a ‘duty to die’

3 of 4 Belgians Support Child Euthanasia With No Age Limit

Supreme Court to hear crucial end of life cases

Euthanasia Safeguards Won’t Work

Belgian Senate Oks Child Euthanasia Bill

Petition launched against proposed Belgian euthanasia law

New Jersey Governor Christie Opposes Bill Legalizing Assisted Suicide

UK: Judge rules that man in vegetative state should not be resuscitated if his condition deteriorates

Belgium step closer to child euthanasia

Belgium: Senate Panel Approves Measure Allowing Doctors to Euthanize Children

Australian euthanasia advocate Nitschke opens Internet suicide clinic

Scotland Assisted Suicide Bill Creates New Profession: “Suicide Facilitator”

They Call Me ‘Dr. Kevorkian’ | Jessica Nutik Zitter, M.D. at NY Times

    Jessica Nutik Zitter, M.D. at NY Times: My co-attending doctor in the I.C.U. had tasked me with keeping the patient alive for the weekend. “I’m going to try and get the tubes out on Monday,” he explained. Knowing the prognosis, I asked him if he’d told the family the patient was going to die. “No. I can keep him alive for now,” he replied. With that, he left.


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British Medical Association Rejects Bill to Legalize Assisted Suicide in Scotland

Scotland: MSP makes second push to legalise assisted suicide

Belgium: Debate Continues on Bill to Legalize Euthanasia for Disabled Children

New European Group Launched to Combat Growing Threat of Euthanasia

UK: Falconer’s Bill is ‘blank cheque’ for assisted suicide

Euthanizing the Unhappy: The Urgent Need for Love | Jennifer Roback Morse at Public Discourse

Conservative Party rejects sex selection, euthanasia at Calgary convention

Belgium considering unprecedented law to grant euthanasia for children, dementia patients

UK’s Top Court: Ok For Hospital To Stop Treatment

Two Huge Court Victories Thwart Legalization of Euthanasia in Canada | Peter J. Saunders

Canada Supreme Court: Doctors Can’t Remove Patient’s Life Support Without Consent