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SOCIAL CHANGE TAKES TIME It is a remarkable and encouraging statement of the real progress that the world right-to-die movement has made that today’s Sunday New York Times front page lead story is about doctor-assisted suicide, or doctor-assisted dying, whichever you like to call it. This article concerns Canada where, as with the arrival of […]

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Physician-assisted suicides up in the Netherlands Cases of euthanasia are reportedly on the rise in the Netherlands. A total 6,091 cases were registered last year ? a 10% rise compared to 2015. As reported by Dutch News online, euthanasia now accounts for 4% of total deaths. Meanwhile, the regional monitoring boards said the rules for […]

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Dutch euthanasia not for strangers Dutch law does not say one must be Dutch citizen. Where the core of the law implies a very good, intense relationship with the doctor that will comply with a request, it is considered to be practically impossible to travel to the Netherlands for one purpose (euthanasia) only. No doctor […]

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