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The Terri Schiavo Life & Hope Network upholds human dignity through service to the medically vulnerable. They express this mission through public advocacy of essential qualities of human dignity — which include the right to food and water, the presumption of the will to live, due process against denial of care, protection from euthanasia as a form of medicine, and access to rehabilitative care—as well as through 24/7 Crisis Lifeline service to at-risk patients and families.
The Patients Rights Council is committed to the principle that you have the right to know all the facts about the critical issues of life, death, and assisted suicide. Few issues are as important as the compassionate treatment and care for those who are most vulnerable. Their primary responsibility is to offer understanding and practical support to those who are facing critical situations for themselves or a loved one.
The Euthanasia Prevention Coalition’s purpose is to preserve and enforce legal prohibitions and ethical guidelines prohibiting “mercy killing; to increase public awareness of hospice/palliative care; to promote improvement in the quality and availability of hospice/palliative care, and effective methods of controlling pain and suffering; to develop and build compassionate care community services as alternatives to “mercy killing”; to educate the public on the harm and risks associated with the promotion of euthanasia and assisted suicide through the use of pamphlets, information seminars, media campaigns and research articles; to co-ordinate and disseminate research and information on issues related to euthanasia and assisted suicide; and to represent the vulnerable and where appropriate, advocate before the courts on issues related to euthanasia and assisted suicide.
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