Earlier this year, I was contacted through the Terri Schiavo Life & Hope Network’s National Crisis Lifeline by a distraught family member. A woman wanted to end her disabled husband’s life.
The Terri Schiavo Life & Hope Network is pleased to announce that Wesley J. Smith, international public speaker and Senior Fellow at the Discovery Institute’s Center for Human Exceptionalism, has joined the Network’s Board of Directors.
I've been in London more than three days now, doing whatever I can to advocate for little Charlie Gard. I met his parents, Chris and Connie, and was blessed to be able to meet little Charlie on Saturday. He's as cute as any little kid his age, and his parents love for him is so clear.
The following is a statement from Terri Schiavo's brother Bobby Schindler:
We’re living through a time when there seems to be something new and alarming in the news every day. Our media cycle is dominated by the dramatic, and one consequence of this is that alarming events can unfold on the state and local level going unnoticed despite their ultimately national consequences.
Every year, I write to honor my sister, Terri Schiavo, on March 31st, the anniversary of her death, and reflect on the state of our nation when it comes to the treatment of our medically vulnerable.
Donald Trump will soon be President Trump. In light of this, it’s worth examining the potential impact of one of his most frequent promises: the replacement of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
Advocates responding heroically to crisis trump accountant-physicians responding indifferently based on cost
Recently, a New York Times article titled, First Rise in U.S. Death Rate in Years Surprises Experts, reported that the 2015 death rate in the United States rose for the first time in a decade.