Children contest will of Nitschke follower
Disinherited in favour of euthanasia activist
Scores of depressed patients euthanised in Belgium
A new study claims that vague terminology in Belgium’s assisted dying guidelines is allowing for scores of psychiatric patients to be euthanised.
New resource about euthanasia
The Anscombe Centre has released a comprehensive ‘evidence guide’ on euthanasia.
Progressive US bioethicist warns of euthanasia slippery slope
Data from Belgium and the Netherlands are alarming, says Art Caplan
Peter Singer debates Sydney Archbishop
Civil but sharp-edged.
Former Anglican head backs assisted suicide
A “profoundly Christian and moral thing”, according to Lord Carey.
Nitschke’s comedy act a damp squib
The euthanasia activist is getting bad reviews at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Court tussle over right to euthanase Dutch woman with dementia
The first time that an institution has refused to allow a patient to be given a lethal injection.
At last, someone with a plan for the silver tsunami
Outspoken media personality Katie Hopkins wants euthanasia vans for Britons.
‘Foreigners do not understand us’
The boundaries of euthanasia in Belgium and the Netherlands keep expanding, says a world expert.
Dutch paediatricians back euthanasia for under-12s
Association not worried about safeguards.
The Economist to campaign on Belgian model of euthanasia
A new editor takes a familiar line.
Where is Belgian euthanasia headed, asks The New Yorker
A country where more and more people are asking to be killed.
European court allows “vegetative” patient to be starved to death
Doctors have been given permission to remove food and water from Vincent Lambert, a severely brain-damaged, 38-year-old Frenchman.
A “mercy killing” outside the law
What message will legalisation send to unbalanced people?
Belgian euthanasia under fire again
Belgians should be alarmed by the deliberate shortening of lives of some patients without their explicit voluntary request.
Death of a salesman reignites assisted dying debate in UK
Yet another UK national has travelled to Switzerland to receive assisted suicide.
Woman at centre of Indian euthanasia debate dies
Fear of death driving push for euthanasia, says medical ethicist
The fear of a miserable death in a hospital bed rather than at home is driving public support for mercy-killing law in the UK.
Leading bioethicists back euthanasia for mentally ill
Why not legalise euthanasia for those suffering from an untreatable mental illness?
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