A woman with ALS says California’s aid-in-dying law discriminates against those who need help ingesting life-ending medication and brought her case to court. The federal
On Wednesday May 11, Colombia’s constitutional court decided that not only euthanasia but also medically assisted suicide is allowed for people suffering from incurable illnesses.
On April 12, the European Court of Human Rights decided that Denmark didn’t violate a doctor’s freedom of expression by jailing him for helping patients
A federal judge is considering whether the California End of Life Option Act needs to be extended in order to not violate the Americans With
Last month, the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts heard arguments in a case that could decide whether doctors are able to prescribe lethal medicines to
On March 28, a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Oregon’s Death with Dignity Act reached a settlement in the U.S. District Court in Portland, Oregon. Result:
Although the ban on commercial aid in dying is two years ago overturned by the Federal Constitutional Court, this does not mean that people in