Should “severely disabled” newborns be killed by doctors? A group of physicians in Canada thinks so.
An example of the assault on religious freedom comes from California where Christian doctors are suing the state over a revision to the assisted suicide law.
Dutch court grants doctors the right to kill patients without their approval, effectively legalizing murder and devaluing life in a culture of death.
Roger Foley, who has a degenerative brain condition, is suing a hospital, health care agencies, and the government for denying his right to “assisted life.”
Should people have a right to death-on-demand by euthanasia or physician-assisted suicide to escape suffering or a life some consider “not worth living”? When we realize that this is tantamount to asking for murder-on-demand, the sanitized sounding word euthanasia takes on its true colors.
There can be a fine line between comfort measures and euthanasia. We must be careful not to allow a living will to cross that line.
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Hippocrates' 'Oath' encapsulated the position of many of the Greek philosophers in condemning suicide, notably Pythagoras, and became the standard of ethics for doctors to follow.
Euthanasia is one of the most critical issues ever to face Western society.