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Who decides?

It’s been a busy time in Australia. In the past week the Yes vote triumphed in the same-sex-marriage poll and New South Wales’ Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill, recently introduced into the Legislative Council, went down by a single vote. 1,140 more words

Drug used for assisted deaths in other countries now available in Canada

OTTAWA – Only a tiny percentage of Canadians who’ve received medical assistance to end their lives has chosen to self-administer a lethal drug cocktail.

But that could change now that secobarbital – the drug most commonly used for assisted suicide in other countries – is available in Canada. 739 more words

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“When Dying (by Physician-assisted Suicide) Becomes Unaffordable”

Although physician-assisted suicide is consistently portrayed in major media as just a matter of taking some pills and peacefully going to sleep and die, a November 9, 2017 article titled… 758 more words

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AMERICAN COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS REAFFIRMS OPPOSITION TO ASSISTED SUICIDE LAWS

Article shared from HOPE-Preventing Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide website (www.noeuthanasia.org.au)

http://www.noeuthanasia.org.au/american_college_physicians_opposition_assisted_suicide?utm_campaign=171005_digest2&utm_medium=email&utm_source=hopeaustralia

On 19 September 2017, just two days before assisted suicide bills (euphemistically called Voluntary Assisted Dying bills) were introduced respectively into the New South Wales Legislative Council and the Victorian Legislative Assembly, the American College of Physicians published its updated position paper on  1,464 more words

LOVECRY/BATTLESONG

The trash fire assisted suicide bill goes to the Victorian Legislative Council today. It could take up to three weeks to reach a decision. It’s going to be fucking rough. 656 more words

PLEASE CONTACT YOUR UPPER HOUSE MPs

The Victorian assisted suicide legislation goes to the Legislative Council on Tuesday. It could take up to three sitting weeks to work through the legislation, perhaps up to November 30. 2,274 more words