Tag: Assisted Suicide

Harvard Annual Bioethics Conference 2019 Update

This Thursday and Friday, the Harvard Medical School Center for Bioethics annual conference is Controlling Death? The policies, practices, and ethics of choosing when we die. It’s all about assisted suicide. The cost is only $50 for both days, and that is for the…

The Slippery Slope-Tactics in the Assisted Suicide Movement

Originally posted on nancyvalko:
I first saw this tactic  in the mid-1980s when Missouri was considering a “living will” law to allow a person to refuse “death prolonging procedures” if a person became terminally ill and unable to speak for himself or herself.  Some…