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Kill the Pain Not the Patient

A Canadian study on palliative care, published in the August 1995 American Journal of Psychiatry, reinforced what past research had documented – when physical pain is controlled and depression is treated, terminally ill people do not want to die…

Starvation at the Grey Nuns

The following is a presentation made by Mrs. Bev Headington at the Elder Advocates Of Alberta Society Press Conference held at the Old Timer’s Cabin on May 21, 2006. Note: Contains some graphic images

None Dare Call It Euthanasia

Evidence grows that patients are being deliberately starved and dehydrated to death.

James Bain: Failure To Provide The Necessities Of Life

Case study of James Bain, including a letter to the Minister of Justice, and photos of his condition. Warning: contains some disturbing images

Zyprexa (Olanzapine) As A Vehicle For Euthanasia Of The Elderly In Nursing Homes

Certain Physicians in Alberta are using ZYPREXA as a vehicle for Euthanasia of the elderly in Nursing Homes – without a doubt….

Euthenasia Deaths Not Always Easy, Study Finds

When a doctor hastens the death of a terminally ill patient, the end is not always easy or peaceful, says a report in the New England Journal of Medicine…

Exploring Physician-Assisted Suicide

Presented by Ruth Maria Adria at the Values, Ethics and Vision Conference, Bernard Snell Hall, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB.

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