Living With Dignity's lawyer, Michel Racicot, was called to testified in the case of Truchon-Gladu. He believes that the two challenged sections of the law are necessary to prevent suicide and protect the vulnerables.
"Helping a person that will eventually die, relieving him of his sufferings is one thing, but helping someone who still has many years to live is another."
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Stephanie Gray explains how the legalization of assisted suicide and euthanasia is a sign of a culture inclining towards barbarism instead of civility and represents a failure of creativity and imagination. She examines three bases from which to advocate for a better path: our intuitions as human beings, the standards of civil societies, and the very nature of the medical profession itself. If we carefully consider why people want access to assisted suicide and euthanasia, we can individually and winsomely ...