Canada legalized euthanasia, and how is it working out for its citizens? You be the judge. A woman we’ll call “Kat” suffers from a chronic genetic disorder and wants to live. But she’s unable to access healthcare and can’t pay for it on her own, yet the so-called healthcare system will pay for euthanasia. Alan Nichols died by euthanasia even though he wasn’t terminal. His family begged doctors to re-assess him based on his chronic depression. They refused, but provided euthanasia. Donna Duncan also died by euthanasia but wasn’t terminal. She didn’t receive appropriate care for her injuries after a car accident, so she asked for euthanasia to end her suffering. This is what happens when euthanasia is legalized. It turns into an out-of-control menace to patients desperately seeking healthcare.
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