Category Archives: Christian Medical and Dental Society of Canada

“There is a way that seems right to man, but in the end it leads to death.” — Proverbs 14:12

Despite warnings from ethicists, who are familiar with the sinister nature of doctor-assisted suicide, the Supreme Court of  Canada has ruled unanimously that doctors can assist people in dying. CBC reports that the decision means that, “People with grievous and ‘irremediable’ medical conditions should have … Continue reading

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Canadian Bishops Launch a National Strategy to Promote Palliative Care

The Catholic Register reports that Canadian bishops are launching a national strategy to combat euthanasia. The article states, Speaking at the annual plenary of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB), Archbishop Paul-André Durocher, the CCCB president, announced the  national strategy … Continue reading

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The Gift — Living Fully, Dying Naturally: A Personal Look at Palliative Care and the End-of-Life Experience

HALIFAX, N.S. — The Christian Medical and Dental Society of Canada (CMDS Canada), a national association of doctors, dentists, and students, announces the release of its new short film, The Gift. Designed for use in church congregations, the film offers a … Continue reading

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