By Alex Schadenberg, executive director Euthanasia Prevention Coalition The media is promoting the sad story of Susan Griffiths, a Winnipeg Manitoba woman who decided to die at the Dignitas suicide clinic in Switzerland. Griffiths has Multiple System Atrophy, a condition that will leave her significantly disabled before she dies. I understand the feelings that Griffiths …Continue reading "Swiss Suicide case is only part of the assisted suicide debate."
By Stephen Drake Editor’s note. As was explained Wednesday, “Liz Carr, the incredibly thought-provoking, usually funny, multi-talented disability rights leader from the UK has produced a program for the BBC entitled: ‘When Assisted Death is Legal.’” Yesterday we ran Part One of Mr. Drake’s analysis. In Part 2 of her Euthanasia Road Trip, Carr visits …Continue reading "BBC – Liz Carr Presents “When Assisted Death is Legal” (Euthanasia Road Trip) Part 2"
By Peter Saunders Editor’s note. Dr. Saunders is CEO of Christian Medical Fellowship, a British organization with 4,500 doctors and 1,000 medical students. I see that Dignity in Dying (the former Voluntary Euthanasia Society), which campaigns for the legalisation of assisted suicide for mentally competent people with less than a year to live, has set …Continue reading "Pro-euthanasia lobby rounds up tiny maverick group of religious leaders in preparation for new assault on parliament"