Right-to-die groups are promoting a "peaceful pill"
They fail to meet minimum requirements
Doctors are being told to lie about the cause of death
Patients sometimes refuse morphine, fearing that doctors will kill them.
The debate over legalising euthanasia has flared up again in Australia, with both opponents and advocates making spirited contributions.
Do ethical guidelines for suicide apply to activists' campaigns?
Bioethicist Bonnie Steinbock suggests assisted death for psychiatric cases is the logical consequence of current euthanasia legislation.
Trial of Nicolas Bonnemaison sparks controversy
A doctor in Belgium could be charged with murder after euthanizing an 85-year-old woman suffering from depression.
Would JS Mill have supported euthanasia?
Belgium’s Federal Evaluation and Control Commission for Euthanasia has lost its mandate after failing to find replacements for vacancies on its executive committee.
Hospital faces off against parents in ethical conflict
Deaths by euthanasia in the Netherlands increased by 10% in 2014 according to a new report.
A study shows that physician-assisted suicide may not reduce the suicide rate.
After apologising she has gone back to the drawing board
Patient subsequently hanged herself.
85-year-old woman euthanised for grief before the camera.
The Dutch Voluntary End of Life Association (NVVE) is rolling out is latest project to bolster public support and acceptance of euthanasia – a school curriculum program
Is it only religious types who are fighting against assisted suicide? Not quite.
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