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South Australian VES published its update newsletter nr. 25 on the developments in SA. See here.
One of the chairpersons of one of the Dutch Review Commissions reported unofficially when giving a presentation at a Dutch Symposium on the trend in numbers for 2015. Was the increase in 2014 and earlier 10 - 15 %, the expectation for 2015 will be
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Death with Dignity National Center brings us regularly up to date on what happens around the USA under the motto: The year of successes continues. Click here for the Newsletter and clarifying legislative map of the USA.
Pascal Landa of AAVIVre... sa fin de vie has published a book on why and how to write your Advanced Directives. The information can be used by all but is specifically tailored for the French situation, and thus has been written in French. If you wish to procure a hard copy of the book please fill out the ORDER FORM which includes the information for wire payment.
The founder of Right to Die Society of Canada, John Hofsess, died on Monday. John died on February 29, 2016, as planned, in Basel, Switzerland. At age 78, he had been diagnosed with two terminal illnesses and an unstable heart. Prior to his death, John wrote
Pourqoi Docteur (a Canadian blog) wrote: EXIT Deutsche Schweiz accompanied 782 patients last year, which is 30% more than in 2014. In French-speaking Switzerland, the trend seems identical.
Summary: The German Exit Switzerland association released its figures for the year 2015: requests for assisted suicide 'exploded': 782 'cases' in 2015, which is 30% more than in 2014. Exit Suisse Romande will publish its figures later in April, but already it appears "the tendency seems identical".
The Final Program is on line now, visit the special conference website here.
Andrew Denton has recently released the first 6 episodes of his "Better Off Dead" podcast. He presents the arguments in a highly persuasive way, with characteristic touches of humour throughout.
The Special Joint Committee on Physician-Assisted Dying (PDAM) tabled its report, Medical Assistance in Dying: A Patient-Centred Approach, in the Senate today and also presented the report in the House of Commons.