Join Euthanasia Prevention Coalition – USA for their national assisted suicide conference on October 15, 2022 in Hartford, Connecticut. We will have national and regional speakers to discuss strategies to defeat assisted suicide in your state. Tickets are only $10 and a discounted hotel rate of $149 per night is available for a limited time.
EPC-USA and Euthanasia Prevention Coalition are co-sponsoring a free webinar.
Please set aside one hour on Monday, January 17 at 7pm EST to learn more how you can defeat assisted suicide. Guest speakers include Alex Schadenberg, Executive Director of Euthanasia Prevention Coalition and Attorney Sarah Buscher, Chair of EPC-USA. Click HERE to register. Please spread the word by e-mail and social media and set aside an hour on Monday, January 17, 2022 at 7pm EST. Thank you!
An introduction to one of EPC-USA’s board members.
Doctors are the original opponents of assisted suicide and we are proud to have Dr. Kenneth R. Stevens of Oregon as one of our founding board members. Dr. Stevens along with his patient, Jeanette Hall have shared their real-lived experience of assisted-suicide across the United States. To learn more about Dr. Stevens, his advocacy and Jeanette Hall and her near-death experience with assisted suicide, please follow this link.
Of the many good reasons to oppose assisted-suicide is that doctors are not infallible and along with the rest of human society, have biases against disability and persons with disabilities. No profession is immune to incompetency, human error and prejudices and the medical community is no different. The story of Michael Hickson and his family highlights why so many people are skeptical when pro-assisted suicide and pro-euthanasia advocates rely on the integrity of doctors to dismiss reasonable concerns about state-endorsed suicide. We join Mr. Hickson’s family in grieving for their loss and are glad they have found legal counsel to pursue all legitimate claims. Click on this article by NPR for a discussion of the clash between natural biases in the medical community and skepticism by people with disabilities. Below is a letter of encouragement from Euthanasia Prevention Coalition USA to the attorneys representing the Hickson family.