Canadian hospital unveils assisted suicide plans for kids, parents won't know until child is dead

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    Doctors from a Toronto children's hospital recently published policies on physician-assisted suicide for children, revealing that in some cases, parents won't be notified until after the child has died.
    Canadian Hospital Unveils Assisted Suicide Plans for Kids, Parents Won't Know Until Child Is Dead



    Think reality will ever hit that a new world order starts out like htis and all the other bs we are seeing. But hey just brush it under the rug and hope it all goes away.
    Anyone wiht a brain can already see where this will go uncluding nut job doctors who just happen to kill your kid and say oh by the way they wnated to die so I killed them.
     
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    It's the same old battle between ancient good and evil, brother. We're in the fight of our lives for light versus darkness, and we've just gone into overtime, and the score seems to be tied. Let's hope we won't have to decide the fate of the world with a sudden death shootout. Again.
     
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    That's really really really really messed up.
     
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    That all sounds a bit unlikely to me. What sane doctor would sign off on it and risk the wrath of an enraged parent?
     
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    Do you live in the fkn closet.......
     
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    When you come out of the clouds you might figure out that " medical excuses are how they start off, and it' show they get away with doing it"

    It's already been done here in the us no kids yet, but in Europe now here,

    there's also KILL GRANNY you don't get it because you can't pry that head open to see how it's done right in front o our faces start with health care dude you might figure it out then.
     
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    OREGON
    You asked for information on Oregon's assisted suicide law.

    SUMMARY

    Oregon's Death with Dignity Act allows terminally ill Oregon residents to obtain and use prescriptions from their physicians for self-administered, lethal medications. Physicians and patients who follow the act's requirements are protected from criminal prosecution, and the choice of legal physician-assisted suicide cannot affect the status of a patient's health or life insurance policy.

    Oregonians first passed the act in a November 1994 referendum by a margin of 51% to 49%. However, a legal injunction delayed its immediate implementation. It was not until 1997 when the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals lifted the injunction that physician-assisted suicide became a legal option for terminally ill patients in Oregon. Since that time, 70 people have ended their lives with the help of a doctor. But, people's ability to use the law is once again threatened.

    The latest issue is whether assisted suicide is a “legitimate medical purpose” within the meaning of the 1970 Federal Controlled Substances Act. Under the act, physicians can prescribe federally regulated drugs for legitimate purposes only. In a November 2001 letter to the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft, citing United States v. Oakland Cannabis Buyers' Cooperative, 532 U.S. 483 (2001), stated that assisted suicide is inconsistent with the public interest. Oregon's attorney general was successful in obtaining a temporary restraining order on Ashcroft's directive. A hearing on the directive is expected in April.

    In Oakland Cannabis Buyers', the U.S. Supreme Court held cooperatives that distributed marijuana for medical purposes violated the Controlled Substance Act because marijuana has no proven medical value, a necessity for distributing controlled substances. OLR Report 2001-R-0894 provides a more detailed analysis of this case.


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    Oh please. Adults are not kids.

    Who cares what Belgium does? Any American parent whose child is killed in such a manner would be inclined to slowly cut the doctor's throat in front of his family.
     

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