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PRAF’s JJ Hanson Lauds New York High Court Ruling

“Today New York State’s high court has ruled unanimously in favor of truth and compassion as they affirmed the constitutionality of New York’s prohibition of assisted suicide. Laws that prohibit assisted suicide actually protect people with terminal illness, people with depression, people with disabilities, the elderly and others. When assisted suicide, the cheaper option, becomes …

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How the Media Promotes (Some) Suicides

Ibegan my work against assisted suicide in 1993. The emotional zeitgeist at the time focused intensely—and exclusively—on preventing all suicides. Since then, I have witnessed a very disturbing transition. Today’s society asks us to support suicide in circumstances involving serious illness, disability, and even advanced age. Meanwhile, despite an increase in suicide rates, the intensity …

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Michael Egnor: How Assisted Suicide Corrupts Medicine and Medical Doctors

“A doctor killing a patient is analogous to a pilot deliberately crashing a plane.” So says neurosurgeon and Evolution News contributor Michael Egnor in a conversation with biologist Ray Bohlin. It’s a brilliant comparison, in both parts of which a trained professional turns his expertise to the exact opposite purpose it was intended to serve. …

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Assisted Suicide Advocates Challenge Vermont Consent Agreement

Advocacy groups for medical aid-in-dying on Wednesday asked a federal judge to strike down a recent consent agreement signed by Vermont Attorney General T.J. Donovan allowing doctors with religious and ethical objections to decline to personally counsel terminally ill patients on physician-assisted suicide. The groups’ motion filed in federal court in Rutland, Vermont, said the …

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