BOOKS

Exposing Vulnerable People to Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide

This book is written by Alex Schadenburg. It uncoveres the shocking truth about euthanasia in Belgium, and around the world. Schadenburg challenges several reports that have been written by euthanasia proponents claiming that vulnerable patient groups are not adversely affected by legalizing euthanasia or assisted suicide. His book proves that the conclusions of the Royal Society of Canada End-of-Life Decision Making report, the Quebec government Select Committee on Dying with Dignity report, the Commission on Assisted Dying in the UK and the decision by Justice Lynn Smith in Carter v. Attorney General of Canada are false and misleading.The studies that these reports base their conclusions upon, are not supported by the data. Click here for more information.

Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide – The Current Debate 

This book is edited by Ian Gentles and printed by the de Veber Institute.  It features a series of essays and speeches by leading experts including: Robert Badeau, Ian Hunter, Ian Gentles, Elizabeth Cassidy, Barrie de Veber, Frank Henry, and John Scott.  It features articles on the Legal Trends, the Vulnerable, Death with Dignity, Care for the Terminally Ill, Euthanasia and the Elderly, and The Challenges of Pain in the Terminally Ill.

Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide – The Current Debate can be ordered from the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition for the discounted price of $10 each.  The list price for this book is $18.95.

Euthanasia: Killing or Caring? 

This book is written by Rita Marker, the Director of the International Anti-Euthanasia Task Force.  This is concise introduction to the euthanasia debate which strips away the rhetoric surrounding the issues and examines the realities as they effect each of us.

Euthanasia: Killing or Caring? is published by Life Cycle Books and is available through the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition for $2.50 per copy.

Is Senate Bill S-2 about Euthanasia – A Moral View of the Proposed Legislation on Withholding and Withdrawing Medical Treatment

This book is written by Peter Ryan, M.A., S.T.L. to explain how Senator Sharon Carstairs Bill S-2 would legalize euthanasia.  This is also an excellent primer on the moral issues surrounding the Withholding and Withdrawal of Medical Treatment.

Is Senate Bill S-2 about Euthanasia – A Moral View of the Proposed Legislation on Withholding and Withdrawing Medical Treatment is available through the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition for free.

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