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  • Cape Teen Recovering After Bicycle Crash
  • 11/13/2013
  • (NBC-2.com) - He no longer needs assistance from a breathing tube, and he is even eating and talking on his own. Connor Fields, 13, is still in the ICU recovering from a traumatic brain injury he suffered during an accident October 21st. Connor was riding his bicycle near his home when police say he collided with a trailer being towed by a truck.
  • Imagine Pain Knowing of Own Dehydration!
  • 11/12/2013
  • (NRO) - We dehydrate to death helpless people to death in this country because they have a catastrophic cognitive impairment. Advocates for dehydration say it is just medical ethics, the withdrawal of the medical treatment of tube feeding. (Now, there is even a lawsuit to compel starvation by withholding spoon feeding-not a medical treatment!)
  • Belgium, Where Death Becomes the Norm, Living the Exception
  • 11/11/2013
  • (Mercatornet.com) - Recently I received an invitation to fly to Calgary in mid-November to attend the North American première of a film called End Credits at the Marda Loop Justice Film Festival.
  • Oregon Tightens Duty to Die on Cancer Patients
  • 11/10/2013
  • (NRO) - As I have discussed here previously, the first state to explicitly ration Medicaid-an integral feature of all single payer systems-tightened the screws against terminal cancer patients a few months ago. Now, the issues is gaining wider discussion in Oregon.
  • Euthanizing the Unhappy: The Urgent Need for Love
  • 11/08/2013
  • (by Jennifer Roback Morse) - The recent physician-assisted suicide of a deeply depressed Belgian woman made worldwide headlines. But the headlines didn't say a thing about depression. The headlines read, "Belgian killed by euthanasia after a botched sex change operation."
  • "Death Panels" Are Euthanizing Patients Every Day as Doctors Make Treatment Decisions
  • 11/06/2013
  • (By Bobby Schindler/LifeNews.com) - Former Governor Sarah Palin, whether it was intentional or not, certainly began the discussion on end of life issues when she referred to "death panels" in a 2009 debate about federal health care legislation to cover the uninsured in the US.
  • Academics Endorse Euthanasia of People Who are "Weary of Life"
  • 11/04/2013
  • (LifeNews.com) - This article is written by Xavier Symons and published on November 2 on Bioedge. Several academics are arguing for euthanasia for those 'weary of life'.
  • Student Struck by Car Continuing Recovery at Home
  • 11/03/2013
  • (wpxi.com) - A South Fayette High School graduate is home with his family after a nearly fatal accident in September 2012.
  • Wesley J. Smith: The V-Word Is as Bad as the N-Word
  • 11/01/2013
  • (First Things) -The Washington Redskins football team is under great pressure to change its name to stop offending Native Americans.
  • Quebec One Step Closer to Euthanasia
  • 10/31/2013
  • (LifeSiteNews.com) - The Quebec government is one step closer to decriminalizing euthanasia as "medical aid in dying" after Bill 52 passed its second reading today with an 84 to 26 "vote in principle" at the National Assembly, with none abstaining.