Sympathectomy of the Soul:
Dutch Euthanasia and

End of Life Issues — By on January 14, 2005 at 1:55 am

After a three-year investigation, the Royal Dutch Medical Association has concluded that Dutch doctors ought to be able to kill patients who are not ill but who are judged to be “suffering through living.” The report, which contradicts a Dutch Supreme Court ruling that euthanasia should be allowed only if a patient has a “classifiable physical or mental condition”, argues that no reason can be given to exclude situations of such suffering from a doctor ‘



  • http://kasobs.blogspot.com/2005/01/suffering-through-living.html Kim’s Thoughts and Observations

    Suffering through living

    Url change; Joe Carter at Evangelical Outpost is posting on the Dutch Euthanasia decision by the Royal Dutch Medical Association that doctors ought to be able to help those “suffering through living” to have doctor assisted suicide.