Euthanasia
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What price dignity?

Q&A | Steps toward reclaiming an important word and concept
by Marvin Olasky
Posted 7/29/19, 03:27 pm

Daniel Darling is vice president for communications at the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, the public affairs wing of the Southern Baptist Convention. He’s been a pastor in Chicago and Nashville and is the author of The Dignity Revolution. Here are edited segments of our Q&A.

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Inhumane treatment

Euthanasia | Death of Frenchman reignites controversy over caring for brain-injured people
by Samantha Gobba
Posted 7/15/19, 05:23 pm

Vincent Lambert, a 42-year-old French nurse who suffered brain damage in a motorcycle accident in 2008, died from dehydration and starvation on Thursday, nine days after doctors stopped giving him food and fluids.

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Lambert case ignites euthanasia debate in France

International | The quadriplegic dies after doctors remove his feeding tube
by Mindy Belz
Posted 7/11/19, 02:26 pm

FRANCE: Vincent Lambert, the quadriplegic at the center of a euthanasia battle, has died. The case highlights the complexities in French law on difficult end-of-life cases, and was used to press for legalizing euthanasia.

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