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Medical, faith and personal opinions towards euthanasia and physician assisted suicide
May 2018 media highlights
Between the Court of Appeal, impassioned legislative debate in Guernsey and a 104-year old travelling to Switzerland for assisted suicide, there's been much to comment on in May - and CNK's responses have been front and centre.
New poll, old problems
A newly published poll on attitudes to assisted suicide in Scotland recalls the deficiencies of similar polls from the past
Autumn media comment
You'll often have seen our colleagues speaking on TV during high profile legislative battles, but here are a few of our many more low key media contributions from Autumn 2017
A granddaughter reflects
'As someone who has seen the ugliness of a slow demise, I reject the notion that dignity can be measured by the level of pain or the speed in which the individual dies'
'Surprised to wake up'
'Categories of human life'
Dignified death? 82% say hospice
Oncologist on Victoria bill
Why 'no' to assisted suicide
'Assisted dying' - disabled views
On her husband's assisted suicide
Marris Bill: rally vox pops
MPs' speeches: personal stories
Still crazy after all these years
MND & hospice: did you know?
Parliamentary Lobby Day
MSP speaks up for disabled people
Harvie Bill: what others say
'...to see you out, nice'
Death With Dignity?
Holyrood petition backed
'Let's be honest...
When the call comes
'The law protected me'
LIS sufferer graduates
Voices against 'assisted dying'
Living life to the full
'Reflections from the front'
Only 21% discuss end of life care
Celebrity mixed messaging
Call the Midwife
Saying 'no' to Margo
'The only humane approach'
Euthanasia: We can live without
Back to (med) school
Lords bill is a 'blank cheque'
Disabilities & 'assisted dying'
Springbok hero dying from MND
Public policy meets... cricket
Police make arrests in Sussex
BMA affirms LCP
Assisted living, not dying
Dangerously seductive propaganda
BBC3's 'Way to Go': review
Comedian's 'Euthanasia Road Trip'
Lib Dem Peer clarifies debate
Record Oregon figures: a warning
GMC assisted suicide guidance
BBC airs assisted suicide comedy
CNK responds to NHS consultation
Belgian euthanasia out of control
Weaknesses of surveys, statistics
Warning to UK from Oregon
Two more good news stories
Son comments on 'locked in' Dad
Man did not want to die
Trust and Disagreements
Perils of progressive approach
Court ruling shows discrimination
legalisation leads to extension
A campaigner speaks
Activists gearing up
Brain dead man stuns docs
Rises in Oregon and Switzerland
Account of Alison's story
Media and 'Assisted Dying'
DJ with locked in syndrome
Lessons from campaigner's death
Father surprises Doctor
Mum, I love you
A time to live
Dignitas figures overhyped
There are limits to choice
CNK media coverage
Lessons on assisted suicide
Reading between lines
Falconer report biased
Dubious euthanasia reports
Review of case of M
The right to die, a desire to live
Irresponsible media reporting
Court Case of disabled man
Pressure on disabled people
Awards for suicide portrayal
CPS defends policy
BBC accused of being 'cheerleader for assisted suicide' after...
Allowing assisted suicide would 'pressurise disabled to kill themselves'
Dangers of 'copycat suicide'
I'm terminally ill...
BBC assisted suicide programme
CNK Press Release
I have a good life
Most locked-in patients 'happy'
The Commission on Assisted Dying
'Commission views already known'
Inglis loses appeal
Suicide law in UK
A Terrible Truth:
Paralysed woman: Don't give up
Richard Rudd says "I love you"
UK has highest 'quality of death'
Paralysed man blinks
The Resistance Campaign
Living and Dying
CNK Briefing Paper
A welcome message for the weak
BBC Broadcaster released on bail
Church of England leaders
Warning over assisted suicide
Rugby Player writes book
CNK short response to DPP
CNK additional response to DPP
Doctors voice concern
Protecting the elderly
Excuse to kill the elderly?
Peers should protect Patients
The Times Online, 09 April 2009, Melanie Reid
What the Purdy decision means
Risk of assisted suicide
Assisted suicide law sufficient
Baroness Jane Campbell
A dangerous road to travel...
NMC issues warning
RCN's neutral stance
The end of life
Right to a "good death"?
Right-to-die teen changes mind
Dignitas accused of poor care
Clampdown on Dignitas
Abort the old too?
Don't fear death. Enjoy the setting sun.
Baroness Campbell: Believe me, I absolutely love my life
Imagine hearing doctors discuss whether to kill you. It...
How to stop euthanasia coming back again
'No' to Assisted Suicide
Lords Oppose Assisted Suicide
How Peers voted on the Falconer amendment
Falconer's amendment lacks 'strict safeguards'
Assisted suicide: Some answers for its fans
BMA Opposes Assisted Suicide
Coroners and Justice Bill - Brief by All Party...
Protecting Life - opposing Assisted Suicide (The Church of...
Don't Follow Oregon's Lead
Media Coverage 28 June - 2nd July 2009
Why assisted suicide has no place in the UK
Just how safe is safe?
Euthanasia must not be legalised
Disease pioneer's helium suicide
Suicide clinic challenged over patients who could have lived...
Why I am opposed to euthanasia after 14 years...
Radio Four Thought for the Day
RCN guidance on assisted dying
Have Your Say
Ban Dr Death Philip Nitschke from Britain
Nitschke's Euthanasia 'Test Kits'
Dignitas and Assisted Suicide
A Simple Act of kindness?
Doctors and Assisted Dying
Attitudes to Euthanasia and Physician Assisted Suicide (PAS)
Suicide by starvation
Debbie Purdy judgment
Coroners and Justice Bill
PAS and Society
Will the new Coroners Bill resurrect the controversial secret...
The 'right to die' is a fashionable nonsense
Mother arrested after death of sick daughter
Pitiless Planet Warnock
The right to die: Can there ever be such...
Join the fight
Expert speaks out
Doctor says euthanasia would kill patient trust
Bishop says law should not be changed
Melanie Phillips speaks
Facts and figures
Right or Duty?
Doctors criticise Oregon
Commentary: 10 percent more reported cases of euthanasia in...
Nitschke 'hell-bent on assisted suicide'
Rudd explains why he opposes euthanasia
Internet providers urged to remove 'suicide gas' instructions
Video featuring first step of making euthanasia pill posted...
Bloc MP Francine Lalonde continues to fight to legalize...
Blog Postings by Alex Schadenberg
Ethics and Patient-Centred Care -- Making Tough Decisions Together:...
1st Annual Sue MacRae Lecture on Ethics and Patient-Centred...
Doctors speak out
Oregon still stands alone: Ten years of physician-assisted suicide
Renowned oncologist changes position on euthanasia after contracting cancer
What do GPs think?
Nurses Opposed to Euthanasia
BMA advises over losing capacity
French euthanasia debate
Radiologists oppose PAS
RCP unable to support Joffe Bill
Physicians' poll welcomed
BAOMS reject Joffe Bill
Church Leaders to Fight Euthanasia in Upcoming Lords Debate
Bishops to fight assisted dying
The Jewish tradition is firmly opposed to assisted dying
Doctors reject Joffe bill
Open Letter to Parliamentarians about Joffe Bill
Dying for the Terminally Ill Bill - Statement from...
Bishops in Britain on Offensive Against Euthanasia
Death is a poor answer to the challenges of...
Opinion polls and research: summary from House of Lords...
Massimo Rowse-De Franco
Major religions are strongly opposed to assisted dying
Comment on Public Opinion
Doctors oppose assisted suicide
The Church of England strongly opposes euthanasia
Statements from medical organisations and individuals.
RCGP oppose euthanasia
Chief Rabbi Dr Sacks
Faith groups' statement
Death with Dignity - An open letter to MPs...
Open Letter to MPs and Peers about the BMA...
Doctors' views - extracts from the Select Committee Report
RCP Response to Patient (Assisted Dying) Bill 2003
Euthanasia - the erosion of trust?
Doctors dying to solve debate
Euthanasia doctor broke the law
How a minority in the BMA got their way...
World Medical Association opposes Physician Assisted Suicide
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