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Perspectives on Euthanasia: The Cadre Chats with Prof. Ian Dowbiggin

By: Drew MacEachern

Ian Dowbiggin is a professor in the UPEI History Department. He is the author of several books including A Merciful End: The Euthanasia Movement in Modern America… 1,487 more words

UPEI

CMA at the Supreme Court

Together with CMA Past-President Dr. Louis Hugo Francescutti and CMA Director of Ethics Dr. Jeff Blackmer on the steps of the Supreme Court on Oct 15, 2014. 143 more words

The debate over physician-assisted suicide

WATCH: Tom Clark explains the debate surrounding physician-assisted suicide

A  group of doctors who oppose physician-assisted suicide say making it legal would put pressure on vulnerable Canadians to end their life even if they don’t want to. 493 more words

News

A Breast Cancer Patient and Christian Writer Speaks Out Against Physician-Assisted Suicide

Whenever I hear people speak in favor of physician-assisted suicide, I take it personally because my dad has been living with Alzheimer’s for the last 10 years.   272 more words

Popular Culture

Transcript: Season 4, Episode 6

WATCH: The full broadcast of The West Block on October 12. Hosted by Tom Clark.

THE WEST BLOCK

Episode 6, Season 4

Sunday, October 19, 2014… 4,536 more words

News

105-year-old woman becomes oldest person to die by euthanasia

TORONTO – Germaine de Koninck said she was in constant pain, almost blind and nearly deaf.  At the age of 105, the Belgian woman said she could no longer bear living in a care home and seeing her friends die. 248 more words

World

Physician-assisted suicide and death.

There’s been a story that’s making the rounds on the news recently about a 29 year old woman who’s been diagnosed with glioblastoma, an aggressive and terminal form of cancer that will most likely be unresponsive to chemotherapy treatment and will result in her remaining months to be aggressively painful. 508 more words

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