"Ghoulish" proposal in the Journal of Medical Ethics criticised by British politicians
Belgium legislators forgot to publish an amendment
Proposals in parliament to restrict conscientious objection
Is autism grounds for a lethal injection?
A Belgian court has granted Delphine Boel, a 46-year-old artist currently living in the UK, the right to seek legal recognition of her alleged royal parentage.
The number of euthanasia cases in Belgium exceeded two thousand in 2015.
Ad advertising agency launches a bizarre campaign
Doctors and ethicists protest "death as therapy".
They fail to meet minimum requirements
A doctor in Belgium could be charged with murder after euthanizing an 85-year-old woman suffering from depression.
Belgium’s Federal Evaluation and Control Commission for Euthanasia has lost its mandate after failing to find replacements for vacancies on its executive committee.
85-year-old woman euthanised for grief before the camera.
Data from Belgium and the Netherlands are alarming, says Art Caplan
One in 20 deaths in Flanders is from euthanasia
The boundaries of euthanasia in Belgium and the Netherlands keep expanding, says a world expert.
A new editor takes a familiar line.
A country where more and more people are asking to be killed.
A Belgian woman has given birth using transplanted ovarian tissue that she had removed when she was a child.
Belgians should be alarmed by the deliberate shortening of lives of some patients without their explicit voluntary request.
Dr Wim Distelmans explains their misery.
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