A recent article in the New Zealand press talks about how a doctor placed a “Do Not Resuscitate” order in a patient’s file, against the patient’s wish. The patient’s son noticed the order in his mother’s file and countermended it. This kind of things concerns me a great deal when thinking of the issues of […]
The way people treat their familiar is often a good indicator of how they’ll treat their fellow humans. I say familiars, because "pet" just doesn’t convey the relationship we can have with dogs or cats. Our dog is undergoing multiple medical tribulations. We’ve been told that it might be kinder to just put her to […]
“I don’t know how you do it. I could not handle it and would rather die [than be in your situation]”. This is what a lady told me recently while I was holding a booth at a conference. She did not mean staffing a booth, either. She meant life as a person with a disability. […]
I have just been made aware of a conference paper outlining how 12.8% of lung donations were from euthanasia donors. I am afraid. You should be as well.
The Atlantic Wire reports that Jack Kevorkian died today. I have mixed feelings on Dr. Death’s end. I cannot rejoice that a man has died. Yet, I will rest easier now that a mass murderer cannot advocate killing of people with disabilities.