Monthly Archives: December 2014

Euthanasia of newborns with disabilities

As mentioned by Andrew Coyne, Canadian professor Udo Schuklenk advances that with parental consent, the euthanasia of newborns with disabilities can be justified in some cases. Sadly, this practice is already occurring in Holland and Belgium. In a seven year … Continue reading

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Sliding down the slippery slope of euthanasia

A letter writer to the Ottawa Citizen approved of Steven Fletcher’s bills which would legalize assisted suicide and euthanasia. Many persons with disabilities fear and reject these practices. The Council of Canadians with Disabilities has spoken out against Mr. Fletcher’s bills. Whether … Continue reading

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Beware euthanasia and assisted suicide

Sharing photo from Euthanasia Prevention Coalition Senate Bill S-225 based on Member of Parliament Steven Fletcher’s bills would legalize both assisted suicide and euthanasia. It would permit euthanasia by lethal injection and assisted suicide by lethal prescription. Many persons with … Continue reading

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Euthanasia

The legalization of euthanasia and assisted suicide would fundamentally alter the role of physicians and could adversely affect the doctor patient relationship. Many physicians oppose euthanasia and assisted suicide. They do not wish to be involved in killing patients by … Continue reading

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