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Belgian euthanasia law ‘broken’ says study

Three leading Belgian academics have argued that the country’s euthanasia law is so unfit for purpose that it is effectively broken beyond repair.

Iain Taylor / Christian Concern

The study, ‘Euthanasia in Belgium: Shortcomings of the Law and Its Application and Monitoring of Practice’, by Kasper Raus, Bert Vanderhaegen and Sigrid Sterckx of Ghent University, is published in the February issue of The Journal of Medicine and Philosophy.