My last hospice patient, Bob, told me that after some months of just wanting to be dead, that he had “come out of the fog.”
A New York Times writer asks, “Could I Kill My Mother?”
The carnage so bloodlessly described in the Belgian report demonstrates vividly the consequences to a society when it generally accepts killing as a proper answer to human suffering.
The human organ shortage is one of the great bioethical dilemmas of our time. Expanding the organ supply is a matter of life and death.
It is shocking how enthusiastically Canada has embraced the culture of death — to the point that little dissent is allowed.