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African Region of World Medical Association rejects Euthanasia
Feb 17, 2018

As was to be expected, the African Region of the WMA in their meeting on February 3, 2018 in Abuja, Nigeria, also rejected Euthanasia calling instead for strenghtening of Palliative Care for terminal patients across Africa. It joins other regions of the WMA saying that medical aid in dying is contrary to the physician's oath.

Dutch NVVE publishes its 1rst edition of Relevant 2018
Feb 17, 2018

Dutch NVVE publishes its 1rst edition of Relevant 2018.

Read the English summary here. A PDF in Dutch (illustrations!) can be downloaded here.

Dying for Choice writes on the developments of legalisation in Australia after victory in Victoria
Feb 17, 2018

Neil Frances of Dying for Choice, published a readable article in Living Now on the developments of euthanasia legalisation process in Australia: why assisted dying law reform has taken so long, and why it will accelerate from here. Read it here.

Japanese JSDD publishes its Newsletter nr 168
Feb 7, 2018

Japanese JSDD publishes its Newsletter nr 168. Read it here.

Right to Die Canada published comprehensive Newsletter covering 5 years
Feb 5, 2018

Right to Die Canada published comprehensive Newsletter covering 5 years. Ruth von Fuchs, Newsletter editor: "I have produced a catching-up newsletter for the Right to Die Society of Canada.  It covers 5 years (!) but there is a good side to this -- I have been able to tell the whole story in one place, instead of just giving bits and pieces every quarter". Read it here.

Dying in the America's
Feb 5, 2018

 


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Taiwan to have a Patient Autonomy law in 2019
Feb 5, 2018

Accoding to a newly approved law (the Patient Autonomy Law) citizens of Taiwan from 2019 officialy can  a so called Advance Decision. Suich a decision is legal in explicitly described conditions:

Dutch Court of Appeal convicts Albert Heringa
Feb 5, 2018

Dutch Albert Heringa appeared before the Court of Appeal and heard a conviction for a suspended sentence of 6 months. This is 3 months more than the prosecutor requested. In 2008 Heringa assisted his mother of 99 years with her suicide, and was first found guilty in 2003. That first conviction left him without punishment, after which

Referral in accordance with MAiD Law confirmed y Ontario Court
Feb 5, 2018

An  Ontario court has told a group of doctors that they must refer for Medical Aid in Dying (MAiD), affirming conscientious objection restrictions imposed by the province’s medical regulator.
Ontario’s Divisional Court ruled that the referral requirement was a reasonable limit on doctors' freedom

Newsupdate from DWD Canada
Feb 5, 2018

DWD Canada provided another news update for this month. You can read it here.

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