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that not all planned deaths correspond to the experiences of bert keizer or the de gooijer family is something one can easily forget amid the generally positive aura that surrounds euthanasia the more i learned about it, the more it seemed that euthanasia, while assigning commendable value to the end of life, might simultaneously cheapen

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even those who have grave worries about the slippery slope concede that consensual euthanasia for terminal illness can be a beautiful thing, and that the principle of death at a time of one’s choosing can fit into a framework of care the question for any country contemplating euthanasia legislation is whether the practice must inevitably

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there is little doubt that marijke spent much of her 76 years in torment, beginning with her infancy in a japanese concentration camp after the invasion of the dutch east indies, in 1941, and recurring during her unhappy adulthood in the netherlands but dutch doctors don’t euthanise people because of depression – even if the

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back in the days when euthanasia was illegal but tolerated, the euthanising doctor was obliged to consult the relatives of the person who had asked to die due to qualms over personal autonomy and patient-doctor confidentiality – and an entirely proper concern to protect vulnerable people from unscrupulous relatives – this obligation didn’t make it

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rabbi berger noted that the children of israel were supposed to be enslaved in egypt for 400 years but were actually in egypt for much less

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the hippocratic oath explicitly forbids euthanasia, but never mind

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he founded dignitysa to help bring an application for lawyer robin stransham-ford, 65, to end his life due to his prostate cancer   he founded dignitysa to help bring an application for lawyer robin stransham-ford, 65, to end his life due to his prostate cancer

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his plea was echoed by lawmaker cheung, who called on the public to give wong space

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countries around the world are making it easier to choose the time and manner of your death but doctors in the world’s euthanasia capital are starting to worry about the consequencesby christopher de bellaigue countries around the world are making it easier to choose the time and manner of your death

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