Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Center for Bioethics and Cultural Network Explains The Slippery Slope

Here’s a brief, but eloquent riposte to the current assisted suicide/euthanasia madness from the Center for Bioethics and Cultural Network.
Why the CBC opposes assisted suicide and euthanasia
The drive to legalize assisted suicide and euthanasia presents a profound challenge to the integrity of medical ethics and the sanctity/equality of human life. As a consequence, the CBC believes that legalizing mercy killing and suicide assistance by doctors (or anyone else) would corrupt medicine, undermine the viability of suicide prevention efforts by sending a mixed societal message, and threaten the lives and equal societal status of the weakest and most vulnerable among us. more

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