Euthanasia

Letters: the complexity of assisted dying | Help to die

I am a great admirer of Lionel Shriver and enjoyed his article on assisted dying (“Not fade away?”, The New Review). She has clearly reflected on the subject in depth and will be aware of the complexity of trying to legislate on this subject. Limiting physician-assisted dying to people with …

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where is the logic in that? »MercatorNet

Today’s society has developed a disturbing ambivalence towards suicide – on the one hand, loathing it as a tragedy and calling for preventive measures; on the other hand, to promote it by legalizing euthanasia. Gary Furnell, whose work for a funeral director has exposed him to the frequency of suicides, …

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Local animal homes celebrated at Foothills Animal Shelter

GOLDEN, Colo. (KDVR) – Foothills Animal Shelter celebrates essential service provided by volunteer foster families National Pet Promotion Month. Foster families provide a safe place for homeless animals to prepare for adoption by overcoming fear, expressing their personality, recovering from medical issues or trauma, and opening up space in a …

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Yukon Territory horse tests positive for EIA – The horse

On May 24, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) National Reference Laboratory confirmed positive infectious anemia (EIA) results for a horse in Watson Lake, Yukon. The horse owner had requested the test from a licensed veterinarian to meet the requirements prior to entering a facility. In accordance with program policy, …

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Michael Egnor: Stop making killing a form of healing

Recently, neurosurgeon Michael Egnor pleaded with fellow physicians to take a firmer stance on the rapid normalization of murder as a form of ‘cure’ in our society: The medical profession must take a clear stand on this issue: Doctors who kill deliberately – whether by abortion, medically assisted suicide or …

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