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Netherlands Supreme Court clarifies euthanasia law in case that involved Alzheimer's nursing home resident.
Private facility gives up public funding, refusing to provide physician-assisted suicide.
Ruling says freedom to choose one's death is "guaranteed in all stages" of life.
Canadian patients approved for euthanasia can be approached for organ donations, creating an ethical quandary.
The leaders of the three Abrahamic religions presented the Pope with a signed joint paper saying that they “share common goals and are in complete agreement in their approach to end-of-life …
The British Columbia man suffered from depression and did not have a life-threatening disease.
Judges say law should allow procedure for those with "severe physical and psychological suffering."
Francis again reiterates that euthanasia and assisted suicide are not health care, and fail to truly accompany the patient as a whole person
"What rejection of hope is involved in the decision to give up everything and break all ties!"
The case seeks to clarify what to do with dementia patients