Under laws like New Mexico's, our broken, for-profit health system offers some patients suicide prevention, and others suicide help.
After asking a state court to declare that she could not be sanctioned for attempting to help her patient end his life, Dr. Barbara Morris was dismissed from her position.
The death pod is the vision of euthanasia activist Dr. Philip Nitschke and Dutch engineer Alexander Bannink.
Legal experts have expressed concern about the future implications of Friday's involuntary manslaughter guilty verdict for Michelle Carter.
Canadian government has until June 6 to come up with a law to comply with a ban on the practice being overturned by the country's top court.
Patients must request the drugs three times and must sign a form two days before taking the terminal pills.
A new study reveals how many Dutch physicians would consider helping people die to end their nonphysical suffering, such as psychiatric diseases, dementia or being "tired of living."
Doctors and patients are suing New York state to change the "Assisted Suicide Statute" so that physicians can prescribe life-ending medication.
Five states have legalized physician-assisted suicide. Is it time for more?