Quotation of the month



April 2024


"Why should the question of terminality be regarded as a relevant criterion at all? Indeed, provided pain is adequately controlled, the terminally ill patient is less likely to need euthanasia than someone whose equally distressing illness or disability is not terminal, since the latter could face many years of suffering. The two most important criteria are surely the intolerable nature of the condition and its incurability – the proper question being whether an intolerable condition is apparently incurable, not whether it is terminal."


Barbara Smoker


UK social justice movement activist, former Chair of the Voluntary Euthanasia Society, Editor of “Voluntary Euthanasia: experts debate the right to die”


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