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presstv-is euthanasia ethical?




euthanasia is illegal in most countries, although doctors do sometimes carry out euthanasia even where it is illegal.the questions is, does an individual who has no hope of recovery has the right to decide how and when to end his/her life? find out the details and more in this episode of press plu...



specialist euthanasia clinic is unable to cope with demand




the number of requests for euthanasia made to a special clinic for people whose doctors won’t help is rising so quickly that the organisation is looking for some 50 new members of staff.in 2016 the clinic received some 1,800 requests, of which around 500 led to euthanasia being carried out. this y...



top india court allows passive euthanasia




india's supreme court has allowed passive euthanasia, ruling individuals have a right to die with dignity in a key verdict that sets out guidelines under which it can be permitted.the court ruled on friday that individuals were allowed to draft a "living will" that authorised the withdrawal of life ...



senior minister's expletive text blunder in middle of euthanasia debate




a senior victorian government minister has accidentally sent a expletive text message to the deputy premier in the midst of the euthanasia debate. tensions in victoria's labor government over the assisted dying bill have spilled out in an accidental text message.a senior minister called deputy premi...



senior minister's expletive text blunder in middle of euthanasia debate




a senior victorian government minister has accidentally sent a expletive text message to the deputy premier in the midst of the euthanasia debate. tensions in victoria's labor government over the assisted dying bill have spilled out in an accidental text message.a senior minister called deputy premi...



giving a green light to euthanasia | euthanasia




‘withdraw treatment’? this is a euphemism for purposefully bringing about the death of a patient. a comatose patient is helpless, the definition of a ‘vulnerable individual’. not giving a helpless individual food and drink is not simply ‘terminating treatment’ – it is essentially killi...



giving a green light to euthanasia | euthanasia




‘withdraw treatment’? this is a euphemism for purposefully bringing about the death of a patient. a comatose patient is helpless, the definition of a ‘vulnerable individual’. not giving a helpless individual food and drink is not simply ‘terminating treatment’ – it is essentially killi...



abbott joins opposition to victorian proposed euthanasia laws




former prime minister tony abbott has hit out against proposed euthanasia laws in victoria. former prime minister tony abbott has joined paul keating in urging victorian politicians to oppose a euthanasia bill that has been passed by the lower house.it will now go to the upper house where it's expec...



number of official cases of euthanasia rise 10% in the netherlands




the number of official cases of euthanasia in the netherlands rose 10% last year to 6091 and euthanasia now accounts for 4% of total deaths, the regional monitoring boards said on wednesday.in 10 cases, the rules for euthanasia were not followed correctly, most of which involved a failure to properl...



other states 'likely to follow' as victoria edges towards permitting euthanasia




many countries have legalised euthanasia or physician-assisted deaths, including canada, the netherlands, switzerland, and some states in the united states. the parliament of australia's second largest state passed legislation on friday to allow terminally ill patients to seek medical help to end th...



a taste of fire: lawmakers in chile debates legalising euthanasia




chile is fast ditching its reputation as south america’s most conservative and catholic country, with lawmakers now discussing whether to make it the second nation in the region to legalise euthanasia. less than a year after allowing abortion in some cases, a commission of the chamber of deputies ...



jain monk hails euthanasia ruling; catholic priests slam it: highlights




the life support system could be turned off only after the statutory medical board declared the patient in question to be incurable, the apex court said. further, the bench said that its guidelines and directives would remain in force until a legislation was brought regarding the issue.also read: sc...



dutch public prosecutor investigates four new euthanasia cases




the public prosecution department said on thursday it has begun investigations into four cases of euthanasia which may not have taken place in line with strict dutch rules.two cases concern the same doctor in noord-holland, one happened in the hague and the fourth in the east of the country. the cas...



assisted dying: a right to die




would you be willing to kill someone? would you be willing to administer the fatal dose?"yes," says footscray gp simon benson. footscray gp simon benson has strong views on assisted death. photo: angela wylie"in the right circumstances, yes i think i would be, because i would be doing the person a ...



sc allows passive euthanasia; terminally-ill now have a choice; 10 updates




justice chandrachud also said that life and death were inseparable. "bodies involve continuous change but mind remains constant... death represents culmination of life... freedom, liberty are core of meaningful life," he said. also read: mumbai: elderly couple writes to president seeking active euth...



sgp leader 'sounds the alarm' about dutch euthanasia in us newspaper




the wall street journal has published an article by kees van der staaij, leader of the fundamentalist dutch protestant party sgp, headlined ‘in the netherlands, the doctor will kill you now.’in the article, which is behind a paywall, van der staaij makes a plea for people in other countries to s...



passive euthanasia verdict: jain monks thank sc for the landmark ruling




jain muni (monk) tarun sagar on friday welcomed the supreme court's landmark decision to allow passive euthanasia, saying it coincided with the tenets of jainism. "the whole world takes birth crying, but mahavira taught us to die laughing. today, the supreme court has given a historical ruling, whic...



presstv-dutch doctors slam 'assisted suicide law'




medical professionals in the netherlands have strongly criticized a proposed law that would allow people who believe they have lived their lives to the fullest and have nothing more to gain to seek assisted death.the netherlands has already legalized euthanasia, which is professionally assisted su...



ten things you need to know today: tuesday 14 aug 2018




euthanasia is a controversial topic for legislatures around the world. legal and normalised in some countries while totally taboo in others, it remains one of the key ethical debates at the juncture where politics meets philosophy.also known as assisted suicide, euthanasia involves “administering ...



ten things you need to know today: monday 13 aug 2018




euthanasia is a controversial topic for legislatures around the world. legal and normalised in some countries while totally taboo in others, it remains one of the key ethical debates at the juncture where politics meets philosophy.also known as assisted suicide, euthanasia involves “administering ...



health experts hail sc's euthanasia verdict; priests criticise; highlights




justice chandrachud also said that life and death were inseparable. "bodies involve continuous change but mind remains constant... death represents culmination of life... freedom, liberty are core of meaningful life," he said. also read: mumbai: elderly couple writes to president seeking active euth...



public prosecutor investigates euthanasia of woman with dementia




the public prosecution department has opened a criminal investigation into a doctor who performed euthanasia on a woman who had severe dementia.it is the first time since the law legalising euthanasia came into effect in 2002 that there has been a formal criminal probe into a doctor’s actions. the...



elderly couple from mumbai had sought euthanasia




amidst the euthanasia debate, a mumbai couple had a couple of months ago written to president ram nath kovind seeking passive euthanasia.narayan lavate, 88, and iravati, 78,- who have no children and their siblings are also no more- stay in a tenement in the girgaum-charni road area of south mumbai....



assisted dying: a failure of psychiatry | euthanasia




this is a hugely important question, especially for psychiatrists. at what stage do psychiatric professionals admit defeat and sanction the death of a patient? in the netherlands as it stands, nine per cent of requests for euthanasia due to ‘unbearable’ and ‘hopeless’ psychological suffering...



supreme court upholds 'living will', allows passive euthanasia for the terminall




in a landmark judgment, the supreme court on friday recognised 'living will' made by terminally-ill patients for passive euthanasia.a five-judge constitution bench headed by chief justice of india (cji) dipak misra said passive euthanasia and advance living will are "permissible". the bench, also co...