Assisted dying in the Netherlands
As a review committee member, I assured foreign delegations that the Dutch model was a good one. That conclusion has become harder to support.
Physician-ethicist Daniel Sulmasy
"If I walk into the room of a patient dying in faith, hope, and love, I feel I need to take my shoes off. It is that holy."
In the U.S., assisted suicide has mostly been a hard sell. But there are some clear steps to take to improve end-of-life care.
A Christian critique
The emphasis on patients' rights and autonomy has been a weak remedy for medicalized death.
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