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Euthanasia By Alan Brooke
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Fredrick is one hundred and eleven years of age and the last survivor of Hitler’s holocaust. Hidden away, for it is illegal for a man of his age to live in this future of enforced Euthanasia,... More > he is asked by his great-granddaughter, Christina, to write his memoires. In this world without history, Fredrick is the last voice to remain. Claire is a curious child in an ignorant world. Torn by her mother's demands to conform to society and her natural desire to explore, she soon climbs into the garden of the house next door. There she meets Fredrick, knee deep in the vegetable patch that he grows to sustain himself. He quickly realises that to save the girl from her future, he will have to teach her of his past. Then begins an intertwined story of ignorance, love and loss, driven along by one simple truth; That humanity, as in Hitler's Germany, can be controlled but can never truly die.< Less
Euthanasia By Jessika Endsley
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Erika and Lewis record their last seven days alive until the fulfillment of the suicide pact Erika created. After recruiting her love-interest Lewis and five close friends into signing,the... More > intelligent yet delusional sixteen year old is happier than ever to see her masterpiece in action. Lewis quickly regrets signing the pact and see’s hope for himself and the other signers - including Erika - and sets out to save them.He is risking not only his friendship,but his life, as Erika threatened all traitors with revenge.Erika confesses her love to Lewis and while she seeks revenge on her friends, someone is stalking and sending threats of their own. As Lewis focuses on protecting his own and Erika’s freedom, they grow closer and closer. Will they be able to survive the monster of the pact the dangerous Erika created and that Lewis tried to destroy?< Less
Euthanasia By Alan Brooke
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Fredrick is one hundred and eleven years of age and the last survivor of Hitler’s holocaust. Hidden away, for it is illegal for a man of his age to live in this future of enforced Euthanasia,... More > he is asked by his great-granddaughter, Christina, to write his memoires. In this world without history, Fredrick is the last voice to remain. Claire is a curious child in an ignorant world. Torn by her mother's demands to conform to society and her natural desire to explore, she soon climbs into the garden of the house next door. There she meets Fredrick, knee deep in the vegetable patch that he grows to sustain himself. He quickly realises that to save the girl from her future, he will have to teach her of his past. Then begins an intertwined story of ignorance, love and loss, driven along by one simple truth; That humanity, as in Hitler's Germany, can be controlled but can never truly die.< Less
Talking about: Euthanasia By Justin Denholm
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A collection of small group study guides and a Biblical overview of euthanasia.
ABORTION AND VOLUNTARY EUTHANASIA (EXIT) By Dr Bob Boland
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Discussion. If vou allow involuntary abortion how can you refuse voluntary euthanasia? As of 2011 some forms of voluntary euthanasia are legal in Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands,... More > Switzerland,and the U.S. states of Oregon and Washington. Euthanasia brings about many ethical issues regarding a patient’s death. Some physicians say euthanasia is a rational choice for competent patients who wish to die to escape unbearable suffering. Others feel that aiding in the patient’s death goes against a physician’s duty to preserve life. The ethics of the AVE/PVE are complex and yet seem to be based on a whole range of underlying and conflicting values. Doctors say that the value of a human life is "beyond price", but who will pay that price in the USA and in developing countries? Can we justify paying a billion dollars of health resources each year for 8000 PVS patients in the USA, while in the world, millions of normal babies die from lack of health resources.< Less
ABORTION AND VOLUNTARY EUTHANASIA (EXIT) By Dr Bob Boland
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Discussion. If vou allow involuntary abortion how can you refuse voluntary euthanasia? As of 2011 some forms of voluntary euthanasia are legal in Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands,... More > Switzerland,and the U.S. states of Oregon and Washington. Euthanasia brings about many ethical issues regarding a patient’s death. Some physicians say euthanasia is a rational choice for competent patients who wish to die to escape unbearable suffering. Others feel that aiding in the patient’s death goes against a physician’s duty to preserve life. The ethics of the AVE/PVE are complex and yet seem to be based on a whole range of underlying and conflicting values. Doctors say that the value of a human life is "beyond price", but who will pay that price in the USA and in developing countries? Can we justify paying a billion dollars of health resources each year for 8000 PVS patients in the USA, while in the world, millions of normal babies die from lack of health resources.< Less
"The Garden of Euthanasia" By James Ferace
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17th Century France. An impoverished woman, devastated by the loss of her lover, dreams of a world to escape the pain...and discovers there may be more power to her visions than she originally... More > thought.< Less
MEDICAL EXPERIMENTS WITH PRISONERS - THE NAZI EUTHANASIA By Javier Gómez Pérez
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Part 1: A complete analysis of medical experiments on prisoners in the Nazi concentration camps and extermination. Part 2: The Nazi euthanasia as a method of racial selection. The victims, and... More > methods for euthanasia centers in Germany.< Less
ESSAYS OF THE SCIENCE: EUTHANASIA AND MORAL LIMITS By JESUS QUINTANILLA OSORIO
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Practitioners of medical practice, bound by the Hippocratic oath defend the right to life, must exhaust all wealth of possibilities before deciding whether the patient in question has the mental... More > capacity define their own destiny, with the consequences legal participate as "assistant" in death of those who must defend< Less
ESSAYS OF THE SCIENCE: EUTHANASIA AND MORAL LIMITS By JESUS QUINTANILLA OSORIO
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Practitioners of medical practice, bound by the Hippocratic oath defend the right to life, must exhaust all wealth of possibilities before deciding whether the patient in question has the mental... More > capacity define their own destiny, with the consequences legal participate as "assistant" in death of those who must defend< Less