I AM an atheist. I have mentioned it before but I am going to bring it up again because it’s relevant to this discussion.
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TRENTON, NJ (KYW Newsradio) -- The New Jersey legislature is considering a bill that would give terminally ill people a legal means to take their own life. Keep Reading
"The Archbishop was in good spirits after settling into his ward. He hopes to be back home in a few days," Tutu's official foundation tweeted Thursday. Keep Reading
Regulations reveal the head of Victoriaâs health department will be given three days to decide whether to sign off on each bid for voluntary euthanasia. Keep Reading
DOCTOR Alida Lancee has four daughters and a successful practice, but she has risked her career and her freedom by making admissions that will likely lead to a police investigation and possible charges. Keep Reading
The agency that allocates health care dollars for much of Southwestern Ontario wants to revise its policy on medically assisted death, allowing nurse practitioners to provide the life-ending procedure. Keep Reading
DeMONT: An end-of-life journey ‘nothing short of joyous’ | Columnists | Opinion | The Chronicle Herald
Audrey Parker now knows when she will shuffle off this mortal coil: 42 days after you’ll likely read this, on Nov. 1. Keep Reading
"Enjoy what you can in life and, hopefully, get out as nicely as you can." Keep Reading
The current euthanasia debate poses two key questions, says Ian Harris. Where does respect for life lie? And what does love require? It was once... Keep Reading
Submitters on End of Life Choice Bill say MP acted in a "disparaging" manner during a "tortuous" process. Keep Reading
Religion, politics, and age - three things that shouldn't be discussed but were at euthanasia debate. Keep Reading
Cape Town, South Africa - Advocates say that choosing when we die is a fundamental right. Renown anti-apartheid activist, theologian and Cleric Desmond Tutu, 86, agrees with them. Assisted suicide—defined as a physician providing a patient the means to take his or her own life, usually through medicine—is legal in only a few parts of the… Keep Reading
My Life My Choice Report recommends voluntary euthanasia to be legalised. Keep Reading
OPINION: An assisted dying law would not result in more people dying, but fewer suffering. Keep Reading
The conference is hosted by the World Federation of Right to Die Societies, a global group that promotes the right to die. Keep Reading
A Queensland inquiry into aged care and assisted dying should be held as soon as possible, advocates say. Keep Reading
The World Federation of Right to Die Societies was held in Cape Town this weekend. Keep Reading
Anyone keen to see assisted dying laws passed in New Zealand will be heartened by the increasing momentum of campaigns across the Tasman. Keep Reading