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Oregon’s Death With Dignity Act: 2011 Annual Report.

Official report on the implementation of physician-assisted suicide in Oregon in 2011 regon&rsquo ....

A report which has not seriously moved the debate forward.

Living and Dying Well publishes its analysis of the report of the ‘Commission on Assisted ....

Considering the evidence.

An analysis of the report of the Commission on Assisted Dying and of its published evidence. The ....

Assisted Suicide (Scotland) Bill.

A revised proposal by Margo MacDonald for the legalisation in Scotland of physician-assisted ....

Commission on Assisted Dying: ‘The current legal status of assisted dying is inadequate and incoherent….”

Results of the inquiry led by the Commission on Assisted Dying At the end of 2010 a &lsquo ....

Should we change the law to license assisted dying for the terminally ill?

Professor Raymond Tallis and Baroness Elizabeth Butler-Sloss argue the case for and against. In ....

Sick people need help to live, not help to die.

Proposals on assisted dying by Lord Falconer are not supported by the medical profession. On the ....

Royal College of Nursing: When someone asks for your assistance to die.

Royal College of Nursing guidance on responding to a request to hasten death In October 2011 the ....

This debate needs hard evidence and reasoned analysis, not soundbites and spin.

Today a report by Lord Carlile QC and Baroness Finlay of Llandaff (‘Parliament needs ....

Parliament needs evidence, not soundbites or spin.

Claims that legalising ‘assisted dying’ would be safe do not stand up to careful ....

Dutch Regional Euthanasia Review Committees: 2010 Annual Report.

fficial annual report on the practice of euthanasia and assisted suicide in The Netherlands in ....

Exploring the concept of assisted dying in the UK.

An article published in the Nursing Standard puts the case for ‘assisted dying’. This ....

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