Austrian assisted suicide law for people with disabilities began on January 1

By Alex SchadenbergExecutive Director, Euthanasia Prevention Coalition I reported a few weeks ago that the Austrian parliament had legalized assisted suicide for people with disabilities. The media have now published many articles about the Austrian assisted suicide law that went into effect on January 1. For example, an article by Bob Cronin for Newser.com reported …

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Survey of British doctors fails to change policy on assisted dying

By Michael Cook  Editor’s note. The British Medical Establishment has come to some awful anti-life conclusions. However, this, from a year ago in NRL News Today, is a welcomed exception. The cause of assisted dying in Britain hit a speed bump late last month. After surveying its members, the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) declared that …

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“Sliding toward what amounts to a system of death on demand”

By Dave Andrusko For me, it’s an axiom that pro-death forces inevitably overshoot the mark. Whether the issue is abortion–and the Biden-Harris promise to spread the abortion plague hither and yon paid for by you and me—or “assisted death,” proponents lull the public to sleep with insincere assurances as they quietly expand the categories of …

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