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Canada's Expansion in the World Medical Journal

The World Medical Journal shared a compelling article on the dangerous expansions in Canada’s assisted suicide laws. The article reveals that Canada implemented their expansion to allow assisted suicide for patients with mental illness, and did so with a lack of evidence-based decision making, medical expert input, or hearing from mental health advocacy groups.

This quote summarizes the article well: “As assisted dying in Canada is increasingly being provided to those outside end-of-life situations, this sea change includes what many would have previously thought unimaginable – a normalization of death as a treatment for otherwise resolvable social suffering.”

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Statement for Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

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Psychiatrists Warn of Assisted Suicide for Mental Illness

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