People on both sides of the assisted suicide/right to die with dignity debate are in court again this week. And both claim to be working for the good of people with disabilities including multiple sclerosis. On one side are Noel Conway, supported by Dignity in Dying activists, is seeking a ruling from the High Court … Continue reading Disability rights? Assisted suicide question in court again
Andrew Barclay, a 65-year-old British man, died earlier this week. But not any form of death because Andrew, who had multiple sclerosis, chose to end his own life at the Dignitas assisted suicide clinic in Switzerland. He was accompanied to the clinic by his wife and reporters from the Daily Mirror, a British newspaper which … Continue reading Barclay death highlights right to die
Euthanasia is a difficult and contentious subject to deal with as there are strong opinions on both sides of the argument but it is a crucial issue for many with one of a number of chronic illnesses. There are those who campaign for the right to die with dignity while others talk about the value … Continue reading Euthanasia for terminally ill – where do you stand?