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CARE for Scotland's parliamentary officer, Michael Veitch, has written for The Courier, arguing that investing in palliative care is a 'better alternative' than introducing assisted suicide.
This week 70 MPs and Peers wrote to the Lord Chancellor, stating their concerns about recent calls to change the law on assisted suicide in the UK.
Campaign group CNK Scotland have launched a new video, highlighting the dangers of changing the law to permit assisted suicide.
Canada has expanded the scope of its assisted suicide laws to patients who’s death is not foreseeable, opening the door for the mentally ill to have the procedure.
The latest annual report from the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) shows yet another increase in the number of patients choosing assisted suicide.
Patients in Belgium and the Netherlands have been allowed to be euthanised by approved medical professionals since 2002. In that first year, there were 1,882 cases in the Netherlands and 24 in…
Where assisted suicide is legal, it makes vulnerable people feel like a burden. CARE works to uphold laws that protect those people, and to assist them to live—not to commit suicide.Find out more about the cause