Pro-euthanasia advocates are calling on Australian legislatures to legalise assisted dying.
The editors of two major bioethics journals calling for strict limits on “conscientious objection at the bedside”.
This is the first case since the country's euthanasia law was amended in 2014
Victoria has moved one step closer to legalising euthanasia, while New Zealand doctors remain hesitant.
Organ donation euthanasia is gaining traction in the world of bioethics.
A rising number of “euthanasia tourists” are flocking to Belgium to end their lives.
Editor of Bioethics says the baby boomer generation are pushing euthanasia.
A crowded calendar
The major protagonists in the campaign for legalisation explain their views
Marieke Vervoort has become an ambassador for the right-to-die movement
Andrew Denton has launched a new campaign for assisted dying in Australia.
If not, what reasons will be advanced next?
Specialists call for red tape to be cut to allow simpler donation procedures.
A 39-year-old man has requested euthanasia because he fears that he may be a paedophile
A great resource for accurate critiques
Yes, say German and Dutch bioethicists; they don't know their own mind
Rom-com suggests that they are better off dead.
Assisted suicide supporters cannot agree on what to call it
Steep rise in end-stage psychiatric disorders and dementia.
Suicide crisis in remote towns highlights need for caution
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