by Charles Lane, The Washington Post, 24 January 2018 As bioethicists David Miller and Scott Kim of the National Institutes of Health note in a recent paper , “Dutch physicians . . . report difficulty in applying the [euthanasia] laws,” especially when it comes to judging patients’ volition and deciding whether there is any “reasonable alternative” to euthanasia…. Read more »
by Michael Cook, Bioedge, 17 September 2017 “Death by euthanasia in Belgium is, generally, no longer regarded as an exception requiring special justification. Instead, it is often regarded as a normal death and a benefit not to be restricted to without special justification.” Click here to read the full article.
by Dr Angelo Bottone, Iona Institute, 26 September 2017 In Belgium euthanasia was legalised in 2002 and in 2014 it was extended to children! The rate of euthanasia increased significantly between 2007 and 2013, from 1.9 to 4.6% of overall deaths, and it is now significantly higher than the Netherlands where it represents 4.1% of deaths…. Read more »