Women and children are not commodities.
If the constitution is altered, it will be possible to perform PGD.
Exit for German speakers hope to have a quarter of a million members in 10 years.
Why waste valuable organs?
The Swiss canton of Neuchâtel has voted to force government-funded nursing homes to allow representatives of assisted suicide groups to advertise their services.
Here is a video which is essential viewing for anyone interested in how Swiss assisted suicide groups work.
The numbers of ‘suicide tourists’ going to Switzerland to take their own lives has doubled in four years, reports a study published online in the Journal of Medical Ethics.
Swiss assisted suicide provider Exit has officially sanctioned assisted suicide on the grounds of old age.
Changes could be afoot in Swiss legislation after a doctor was acquitted this week of violating regulations for assisted suicide.
Women are the most vulnerable.
Are crows feet good enough reason for assisted suicide?
To describe Switzerland as a Mecca for suicide tourism is hyperbole, but suicide facilities would draw as many people as yodelling and cowbells.
What is the position of the law on assisted suicide in Switzerland?
A European Court has told Switzerland to make its euthanasia laws more specific, after an 82-year-old woman seeking the procedure on the grounds of old age was denied it.
An unidentified aged care worker in Switzerland has been charged after posting pictures on Facebook sitting next to the corpse of an old woman.
Relatives and friends of a person who commits assisted suicide have a high rate of post-traumatic stress disorder and depression, according to a Swiss study in the latest issue of European Psychiatry.
The lower house of the Swiss parliament has declined to tighten controls on assisted suicide. MPs felt that self-regulation by groups like Exit and Dignitas was enough.
The Swiss group Dignitas has filed a complaint against the Zurich prosecutor’s office for interrupting an assisted suicide.
The French-speaking Swiss canton of Vaud will become the first to introduce a law which explicitly allows assisted suicide.
The Swiss canton of Vaud will hold a referendum on June 17 to decide whether nursing homes and hospitals must accept assisted suicide on their premises.
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