OREGON, USA: The real story about safeguards around assisted suicide in Oregon:

One of the most frequently repeated claims by proponents of assisted suicide laws is that there is “no evidence or data” to support any claim that these laws are subject to abuse, and that there has not been “a single documented case of abuse or misuse” in the 18 reported years. These claims are demonstrably false. Read more >>

Continue Reading → OREGON, USA: The real story about safeguards around assisted suicide in Oregon:

0

OREGON & WASHINGTON, USA: Some Oregon and Washington State Assisted Suicide Abuses and Complications:

Under Oregon and Washington State’s lax oversight, these are some of the documented abuses and complications that have come to light. Read more >>

Continue Reading → OREGON & WASHINGTON, USA: Some Oregon and Washington State Assisted Suicide Abuses and Complications:

0

OREGON & WASHINGTON, USA: Newspaper Uncovers Abuse of Assisted Suicide Laws and Pressure to Euthanize Patients:

The Des Moines Register newspaper uncovered significant problems with the practice of assisted suicide in Oregon and Washington State. They learned that the data is incomplete, that there are missing reports (under-reporting) and that the laws are not designed to be effectively monitored. Read more >>

Continue Reading → OREGON & WASHINGTON, USA: Newspaper Uncovers Abuse of Assisted Suicide Laws and Pressure to Euthanize Patients:

0

Why Oregon patients request assisted death: family members’ views.

A study on physician assisted suicide in Oregon has found that the most common reasons for requesting physician assisted suicide included concerns over future loss of dignity, independence, quality of life, and self-care ability. Concern for future physical symptoms and experiences (e.g. pain) scored higher than concern over physical symptoms and experience at the time of the request. According to family members, the least important reasons for requests of physician assisted suicide were depression, financial concerns, and poor social support. ...

Continue Reading → Why Oregon patients request assisted death: family members’ views.

0
Page 1 of 2 12