October 3, 2017
EPC will be releasing a YouTube video soon of our interview with Candice Lewis, a twenty five year old who lives with multiple disabilities, concerning the doctors who pressured her to die by euthanasia. In August 2016, Candice required treatment for significant health problems when two doctors approached her and urged her to die by euthanasia. They pressured her by saying, “Do you realize how sick you are?”
Candice’s story came to light in July after her mother Sheila went to the media with her disappointment with the Labrador-Grenfell Health’s response to her complaint. Last month we reported that Candice has recovered. We will release part of her story now to help defeat the assisted suicide bills being debated in Australia and some US states, and to show the world what happens when euthanasia and assisted suicide become legal. Candice Lewis is an important part of the FATAL FLAWS video that we plan to release in early 2018.
Producing a video based on personal stories is expensive. After watching the YouTube video concerning Candice Lewis being pressured to “ask” for euthanasia, you will agree that sharing these stories is powerful and absolutely necessary. Please make a generous donation to enable us to finish producing Fatal Flaws.
Last year, we sold Jen Romnes’ book called Entangled 1: Caught Between Choices, concerning the abuse and controlling relationship experienced by her mother with dementia. Jen recently released Entangled 2: Betrayed From Within, which is about her battle to gain the right to care for her mother. Based on her experience, Jen explains in Entangled 2 why she now opposes euthanasia. Purchase Entangled 2 from EPC for $30 or both Entangled 1 and Entangled 2 for $50.
The 2017 National Euthanasia Symposium is fast approaching. It is on Saturday October 28 (9 am – 5 pm) at the Best Western Toronto Carlingview Hotel (Toronto Airport). Registration is $50 (includes lunch) or, new this year, we are offering a live simulcast that can be viewed online for $30. We will send you the link and instructions for watching. For those who are unable to attend the Euthanasia Symposium either in person or remotely, a donation of $50 will enable a student to attend at no cost.
Our latest resource is the USB flash drive card which contains important research and information on euthanasia and assisted suicide. It is the easiest and most comprehensive way to learn about the issue and share information with groups, individuals and students. Purchase one USB drive for $30 or 4 for $100 (shipping and taxes are included in the price).
Last month I had the opportunity to speak at an international conference in Rome on euthanasia and organ donation. It was great to be recognized by leaders for our role in fighting euthanasia and assisted suicide world-wide.
At this time, we need your help to complete the Fatal Flaws video and to help students attend our Symposium. Please be generous in your support of our work to protect people from euthanasia.