Publication Type Personal Stories by Physician-Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia
Personal Stories | October 20, 2014
An interview about euthanasia with Dr. Henk Jochemsen, professor and director of the Lindeboom Institute, a not-for-profit foundation for medical ethics in Ede, Netherlands.
A personal story about Franz Staneke, a former Dutch sailor who was diagnosed with terminal cancer and was eventually euthanized instead of seeking treatment.
An account of personal stories about the fears patients from The Netherlands share about the dark threat of euthansia after it was legalized in 2002.
A personal account from Zbigniew Zylicz, MD, PhD, a hospice care expert and oncology specialist who moved to Holland to avoid the corruption of healthcare through physician-assisted suicide in The Netherlands.