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Nigel Biggar
Abortion is a very important and, I think, difficult moral issue. But, although I have provisional views about it, it is not one that I have published anything substantial on. I have on the other hand written a lot about voluntary euthanasia and assisted suicide, spoken about it in the UK, Ireland, France, and Canada, and consistently opposed their legalization. On those two issues, my conclusions align with those of the Roman Catholic Church.feedback
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Jun 17 2017
Marco Cappato, Alexandros Velios and Levana Finkelstein, are the people who have been quoted the greatest number of times about Euthanasia. You can find them on this page and an additional total of 20 people who have something to say about this topic. All the 22 quotes on this page are sorted by date and by name. You can also have access to the articles to get the context of the quotes. The most recent quote from Marco Cappato is: “On Monday morning (February 27), after a second medical examination, he confirmed his wish to die. He then used his mouth – one of the few movements he was able to perform by himself – to activate the substance that would send him to sleep within minutes then, without suffering, he died.”.
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John Zaritsky

If you are going to debate assisted suicide or euthanasia, I think it is important for an audience to witness the entire event in its completeness and unless you do see the death and the manner in which a person dies in Switzerland with assisted suicide, people will wonder; Well how long did he suffer? Did he suffer when he died? Was it peaceful and gentle or was it violent and traumatic?feedback

Levana Finkelstein

You don't know until you touch the minute that you make such a decision. Otherwise, I don't know how I personally will behave if, God forbid, but I think everybody has to choose the way they choose and that's the freedom of everybody.feedback

Ilan Dar

It's a weird story of love between people, old people. And love exists, even when you are 70, you still love people and you want to help them. And it's such a human story that is universal.feedback

Jan Suyver

You can imagine that some doctors won't commit euthanasia for reasons of principle. But others may change their minds at the last moment, or there will be some who don't have any experience of it. There will also be those who may fear legal consequences and who don't want to have to answer for their actions later.feedback

Arie Nieuwenhuijzen Kruseman

We think that euthanasia is a subject that patients should discuss with their own doctor, the one with whom they have already a longterm relationship and who is accompanying them in the course of their disease.feedback

Geirland van Beirlant

When the situation occurs we have to perform euthanasia in secret. We cannot write down what really happened. Things happen in secret, cannot be monitored, cannot be adjusted. As doctors, we want to give the best cure possible.feedback

Elke Sleurs

Some people say that it is a choice between euthanasia or palliative care, but that of course is not true. It is just a final option that a minor who is terminally ill will say 'now I have too much pain, there is no way that we can relieve the pain, I would like to die now.' And that is the possibility that we have given, in certain circumstances.feedback

Francis Delpérée

We talking about an underage child who is at the end of his or her life. The question we are asking is whether, at a time like this, we can burden him or her with an another psychological issue: daddy, mummy, you gave me life now I am asking you to take it away.feedback

René Stockman

We see people coming in with that clear request 'stop my life, I cannot survive anymore in this situation'. They choose nevertheless for palliative care and after a few days we see that the question to die is not posed anymore because they receive again a sense in their life. It's all about sense in their life.feedback

Laurent Druais

Basically Laurence and Chantal should be acquitted, that is all they deserve. They only did their job.feedback

Laurence Tramois

I cannot identify what we did as an act of poisoning. It was nothing of the sort. It was an act for our patient, an act of love and compassion.feedback

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