MSN News recently reported that U.S. hospitals are discussing ‘do not resuscitate’ orders for coronavirus patients, ‘regardless of the wishes of the patient or their family members.’
As doctors face more scrutiny, changes in reporting practices might look like a decline in demand for euthanasia.
Hawaii is now the seventh U.S. jurisdiction to make physician-assisted suicide legal. Its new self-murder law takes effect next year.
What happened to my mom happens far more often then we realize. It’s one reason assisted-suicide laws are so dangerous.
The department’s new report draft confirms what pro-lifers have known for a long time: that life begins in the womb, not at birth.
The proposed ‘Completed Life Bill’ would allow any person over age 75 to receive euthanasia. Even if they are perfectly healthy.
This is the exact opposite of the standard of choice advocated by many proponents of physician-assisted suicide.
Physician-assisted suicide laws have opened a Pandora’s Box of unintended consequences that are anything but compassionate or liberating.
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