euthanasia

Ezekiel Emanuel, Presidential Advisor: "We Should All Die at 75" by David C. Stolinsky, MD

Journal/Website: 
Stolinsky.com
Article Type: 
Article
Published Date: 
Monday, September 29, 2014
Source: 
http://www.stolinsky.com/wordpress/index.php/2014/09/29/we-should-all-die-at-75-ezekiel-emanuel/

These photos show two physicians who exemplify the rule that if you are seeking ethical guidance, the medical profession is not the place to look. The first is Jack Kevorkian, MD, practitioner of euthanasia and forerunner of the Independent Payment Advisory Board. The second is Ezekiel Emanuel, MD, PhD, advocate of euthanasia, inventor of the Independent Payment Advisory Board, and major architect of ObamaCare.

Bioethics and why I hope to live beyond age 75 attaining wisdom! — A rebuttal to Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel's 75 age limit

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Exclusive for HaciendaPublishing.com
Article Type: 
Editorial
Published Date: 
Wednesday, November 5, 2014

For several decades, American bioethicists have been providing persuasive arguments for rationing medical care via the theory of the necessary "rational allocation of finite health care resources."(2) More recently, assisted by various sectors of organized medicine, they have developed multiple approaches to justify what they see as the necessary curtailment of services and specialized treatments deemed not medically necessary.

Life-Prolonging Measures

Medical efforts to prolong the lives of individuals afflicted with serious disease or injury began with primitive medicine, perhaps in the Neolithic Period (8000-3000 B.C.), when we discerned from paleontologic evidence a tendency for primitive men and women to care for the sick and wounded in the shelters provided by the deep caves of Europe.

News and Analysis (January/February 1998)

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Compiled by Medical Sentinel Editors
Article Type: 
News and Analysis
Issue: 
January/February 1998
Volume Number: 
3
Issue Number: 
1

Village Care and KidCare — “A Good Start?”

The Killing of Patients for Profit

Author: 
Lawrence R. Huntoon, MD, PhD
Article Type: 
Correspondence
Issue: 
March/April 1998
Volume Number: 
3
Issue Number: 
2

Dear Dr. Faria,

Abortion, Euthanasia — Moral Choices?

Author: 
Jane M. Orient, MD
Article Type: 
Commentary
Issue: 
Spring 1997
Volume Number: 
2
Issue Number: 
2

The article by Dr. Payne(1) may offend those who believe that any reference to religion is divisive, obnoxious, or inappropriate outside a restricted private sphere. Should we not suggest that articles like this one be published in a different forum?

RE: Assisted Suicide/Euthanasia (with Responses)

Author: 
Robert Carlen, MD
Article Type: 
Correspondence
Issue: 
Winter 1997
Volume Number: 
2
Issue Number: 
1

Dear Editor,

The Summer 1996 issue of the Medical Sentinel has a condemnatory item about physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia (p. 3). It mentions two U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals decisions and Dr. Jack Kevorkian. The item states, approvingly, that Michigan has passed laws directed specifically against him.

Euthanasia, Medical Science, and the Road to Genocide

Author: 
Miguel A. Faria, Jr., MD
Article Type: 
Editor's Corner
Issue: 
May/June 1998
Volume Number: 
3
Issue Number: 
3

A momentous article, "Medical Science Under Dictatorship," by Dr. Leo Alexander, the Chief U.S. Medical Consultant at the Nuremberg War Crimes Trials, first printed in the July 14, 1949 issue of The New England Journal of Medicine, has been reprinted as a monograph, and it could not have been reprinted at a more opportune moment.

The Cost-Effectiveness of Killing: An Overview of Nazi "Euthanasia"

Author: 
John E. Gardella, MD
Article Type: 
Feature Article
Issue: 
July/August 1999
Volume Number: 
4
Issue Number: 
4

In the public debate over legalized euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide, opponents of such measures often invoke the history of medicine in Nazi Germany as an example of the danger in these practices. Those who invoke the "Nazi analogy" suggest that the sanctioning of euthanasia could lead to the wholesale destruction of those whose lives are deemed valueless or burdensome to society.

Forced Exit --- The Slippery Slope From Assisted Suicide to Legalized Murder by Wesley J. Smith

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Reviewed by Delbert H. Meyer, MD
Article Type: 
Book Review
Issue: 
November/December 1999
Volume Number: 
4
Issue Number: 
6

Wesley J Smith, author of No Contest: Corporate Lawyers and the Perversion of Justice in America, opens his prologue of Forced Exit with the story of a dear friend who spent years planning her suicide and after inviting friends to the event, none of whom came, exited this life quietly. Smith, an Oakland attorney, contacted the executrix and obtained her suicide file wherein he found newsletters and other scurrilous documents from the Hemlock Society that thoroughly sickened him.

Slouching Towards a Duty to Die

Author: 
Miguel A. Faria, Jr., M.D.
Article Type: 
Editor's Corner
Issue: 
November/December 1999
Volume Number: 
4
Issue Number: 
6

An article in the New Oxford Review illustrates how " 'a right to die' easily becomes 'a duty to die' once society labels some lives as not worth living." Two case histories were briefly outlined. In one instance, Harold Cybulski, visited by his family while in his hospital bed in Ontario, Canada, wakes up from a coma just as his physicians were about to " 'pull the plug and let him go.' As the grieving family filed in, Cybulski's two-year-old grandson ran ahead crying, 'Grandpa!

"Cost-Effectiveness of Killing"

Author: 
Nelson Borelli, MD
Article Type: 
Correspondence
Issue: 
November/December 1999
Volume Number: 
4
Issue Number: 
6

Dear Editor,

A Correspondence with Bioethics Critic, Attorney Wesley J. Smith

Author: 
Miguel A. Faria, Jr., MD
Article Type: 
Editor's Corner
Issue: 
Summer 2002
Volume Number: 
7
Issue Number: 
2

March 20, 2002
Dear Mr. Smith,



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