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Right-to-die with dignity to be extended to Belgium's children

Brussels - This week, Belgium is taking an unprecedented step in abolishing age restrictions for its euthanasia law, extending the right to children. This would amend the law that requires someone to be 18 or older to include minors, but with certain restrictions.
In the Media by Karen Graham - 5 comments

France to legalize euthanasia

Paris - Fulfilling a campaign pledge, French President Francois Hollande commissioned a report, now complete, which recommends doctors be permitted to “accelerate death” for the terminally ill. Draft legislation is expected by June 2013.
In the Media by Victoria N. Alexander - 7 comments

Op-Ed: A right to die and the survival of big pharma

Washington - Americans spend money putting down pets, riddled with disease or unable to walk, or on horses for simply breaking a leg, yet our society, for the most part, ruled and governed by religion, scoffs at the concept of a suffering human’s right to die.
In the Media by Lynn Herrmann - 3 comments

Dying Woman Takes "Right to Die" Battle to Court

A 30-year-old Bristol woman hopes a section of the European Convention on Human Rights which prohibits "inhuman or degrading treatment" will help grant her wish of ending her life.
In the Media by geozone - 7 comments

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