Wesley J. Smith is a senior fellow at the Discovery Institute’s Center on Human Exceptionalism, and consults for the Patients Rights Council.
Wesley J. Smith
Michael Hickson died on June 11 because his doctors did not believe he had a sufficient “quality of life” to justify curative treatment.
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The American Clinicians Academy on Medical Aid in Dying recently published formal guidelines that permit doctors to assist suicides via the Internet. Continue Reading »
Proliferating litigation against Catholic medical institutions threatens the fundamental right of free exercise of religion. Continue Reading »
In Germany, people now have the absolute right to commit suicide and receive assistance in doing so for any reason or no identifiable reason at all. Continue Reading »
Belgium is prosecuting three doctors for illegal euthanasia. Continue Reading »
The forced dehydration of a patient in France affirms a deadly bioethics. Continue Reading »
The various late-term abortion legalization proposals and policies introduced this year bring us to a crucial time of choosing. Continue Reading »
Infanticide is now being embraced within the political and cultural mainstream. Continue Reading »
If you believe protecting medical conscience is an important civil rights issue, join in supporting the Declaration in Support of Conscientious Objection in Health Care. Continue Reading »
The assisted suicide movement pretends to have a very limited agenda. But this is a lie. Continue Reading »