Right to die or right to live?
Cristina Alarcon, a pharmacist at Hollyburn Medicine Centre in West Vancouver, has an article in the National Post: Right to Die? How about right to live:
Could the way we treat our most vulnerable be a sign of the times, a measure of societal devolution? Rather than seeking life-giving solutions to societal problems, have we not been seeking death as a panacea — death for the unwanted child through abortion, and now death via assisted suicide for the handicapped sibling or the ailing parent, even for the depressed teenager?
Read the whole thing.
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