Euthanasia: the slippery slope sold as desired progress
When 'safeguards' become 'barriers to access'. A new chorus of “rebels” is decrying the cruelty of all criteria that dare make reference to the...
Vol. 19, June 2017
Q u i - v i v e Living With Dignity Newsletter Vol. 19, June 2017 A Word from the Director In light of the events of last month,...
Expected extensions require court approval
In light of the events of last month, it seems that requests to extend euthanasia do not take holidays. In Quebec, barely a month after the publica...
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End-of-life is a precious moment, for us and for the person leaving us. It is our responsibility to make it a privileged moment, to make ourselves available, to look at our loved ones under a new light, and to see them as they truly are. End-of-life is a period where we simplify and show the essential of what we want to leave to our loved ones.–Dr. Patrick Vinay
Regarding “unbearable pain,” we must kill the pain, not the person with the pain. Failure to offer pain management is now a breach of human rights.–Margaret Somerville
I think it would be a disastrous mistake to legalize euthanasia in Quebec and Canada.–Dr. Balfour Mount
Killing isn't caring
Dr. Balfour Mount tells us that "intentionally causing a patient's death has never been accepted as a medical act since the days of Hippocrates, 2,400 years ago."
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