Category: Euthanasia Press Releases

Assisted Suicide Court Case – Application for Leave to Appeal Granted.

  In a very short court session this morning, Judge Fabricius granted the leave to appeal against the whole of the judgement handed down on the 4th of May 2015, that was filed by The Minister of Justice and Correctional

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Assisted Suicide Court Case – Application for Leave to Appeal

The Minister of Justice and Correctional Services, the Minister of Health, and the National Director of Public Prosecutions have filed a “Notice of Leave to Appeal” to the Supreme Court of South Africa against the whole of the judgement handed

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Holland – Another “ground breaking court decision” The Genie is out of the Bottle

In another ground-breaking court decision the Dutch Appeals Court has ruled that a doctor does not have to be involved to allow assisted suicide. Albert Heringa assisted his mother in 2008 by helping her overdose herself. Judge Anhem has ruled

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Assisted Suicide – DFL not happy with Courts decision

Press Release – Court’s decision on Assisted Suicide. Firstly DFL would like to send our condolences to the family and loved ones of Robert Stransham Ford,who passed away this morning, may he rest in peace. Secondly DFL would also like to

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Why should others do the dirty work? (press release)

Doctors For Life does not understand why the legalization of suicide is being promoted in South Africa, as is not possible to prosecute a person who commits suicide anyway. Moreover, Doctors For Life strongly objects to doctors having to do

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The Botswana Team

Doctors For Life May 2017 Newsletter

From the CEO’s Desk
The beginning of the year is always a very exciting time. 2016 ended on a high note with much being accomplished and we are looking forward to working with all our sponsors, friends and members in


LIFEalerts 10 May 2017

Abortion

USA – Trump Signs Bill to Overturn Obama Rule

USA – “Lumberjacks for Life” empower pregnant and parenting students
Canada – $300 Abortion drug for free
USA – University puts abortion pills in vending machine

Alternative Medicine

Nigeria –


LIFEalerts 13 April 2017

Abortion

USA – National Right to Life Academy empowers pro-life students
USA – Abortionist: Was baby born alive? It depends ‘who’s in the room’
USA – Trump cuts funding to UN agency over forced abortion support

Alternative Medicine

No news


High Court Blunders into Dagga Minefield

Media Release
Embargo: Immediate release
Date : 03 April 2017
Enquiries: Doctors For Life Int.
Telephone: 032 4815550/5807

Doctors For Life International (DFL) is deeply concerned by the judgment of the Western Cape High Court that allows, subject to legislation to be passed in the


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30 March 2017
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Fields of Green for All is pushing to legalize/decriminalise the use of Cannabis (Dagga) in the upcoming court case that has been dragging on for 5 years and is finally culminating in


LIFEalerts 16 March 2017

 

Abortion

USA – Norma McCorvey of Roe v. Wade Passes Away
USA – House Votes to Overturn States Funding Planned Parenthood
USA – Congressional Bill to Protect Doctors and Nurses against Abortions
Africa – Women slam global ‘safe abortion’


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14 March 2017
Dear Member:
Fields of Green for All is pushing to legalize/decriminalise the use of Cannabis (Dagga) in the upcoming court case that has been dragging on for 5 years and is finally culminating in a court case


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