Family of terminally-ill child creates bucket list of 51 items “to create memories for our daughter that every kid should experience”

By Dave Andrusko It’s one of those stories that simultaneously tears you up and gives you hope. But for perspective, let’s go back to 2014. Remember Jenna Gassew and Dan Healy, the couple so wise beyond their years, and their son Shane Michael? They’d discovered that their unborn baby had anencephaly and would be unlikely …

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New Jersey Assisted Suicide Proposal is a dangerous prescription

By Diane Coleman Editor’s note. The following article was written by Diane Coleman, the President and CEO of the disability rights group Not Dead Yet, and published in the New Jersey Star Journal. Proponents of bills meant to legalize assisted suicide for the terminally ill frequently claim that disability organizations’ opposing views aren’t relevant. Nevertheless, …

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Dehydrating Disabled Babies in UK Hospitals

By Wesley Smith The Liverpool Care Pathway [LCP] has become a checklist for killing. This is what happens when a country allows bureaucrats to control healthcare. (Yes, I am issuing an unsubtle warning about Obamacare.) The Pathway was designed by health bureaucrats to fix a real problem: Too many patients were being allowed to die …

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