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Pro-euthanasia cards

From Fr James Morrow Sir, Right to Life anti-euthanasia signed cards warn of the possibility of court action if a bearer is deprived of food or fluid with the purpose of causing death. What are the implications for someone, such as me. who declines to sign?

It would be much more sensible for people to sign up stating that they do wish to be put to death by dehydration or starvation when the authorities approve. The others, by not signing, decline. It would just be the same as a donor card: signatories allow their organs for medical purposes. the others, by not signing, refuse.

And in this case people will save valuable pro-life funds in the process.

Yours sincerely,

JAMES MORROW, Humanae Vitae House [email protected]

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