World Medical Association

WMA: opposition to assisted suicide & euthanasia

World Medical Association declares strong opposition to assisted suicide and euthanasia  Oct 27th, 2019 Source: WMA/CNK At its 70th General Assembly meeting in Tbilisi, Georgia, the World Medical Association (WMA) reaffirmed a commitment: "to the principles of medical ethics and that utmost respect has to be

WHO launches first World report on vision

At least 2.2 billion people have vision impairment or blindness, of which over 1 billion cases could have been prevented or have yet to be addressed 8 October 2019 News release Geneva العربية中文FrançaisРусскийEspañol More than 1 billion people worldwide are living with vision impairment  because they do

Promemoria: Holy Father to World Medical Association

Pubblichiamo di seguito il Messaggio che il Santo Padre Francesco ha inviato al Presidente della Pontificia Accademia per la Vita, Mons. Vincenzo Paglia, e a tutti i partecipanti al Meeting Regionale Europeo della World Medical Association sulle questioni del cosiddetto “fine-vita”, organizzato presso l’Aula Vecchia del Sinodo

CMA-USA Applauds Opposition to Assisted Suicide

Catholic Medical Association Applauds AMA for Upholding Opposition to Assisted Suicide PHILADELPHIA, PA– June 12, 2019 – The Catholic Medical Association applauds the American Medical Association (AMA) for upholding the dignity of life and remaining opposed to Assisted Suicide. “The Catholic Medical Association commends the

To Physicians from USA Bishops

Notice to Physicians from the USCCB Secretariat of Pro-Life Activities on PAS Dear Physicians,  At its annual meeting this June 8-12 at the Hyatt Regency in Chicago, the AMA’s House of Delegates will once again be voting on assisted suicide, specifically to affirm the slightly

FIAMC Response to WMA policy change relating to euthanasia and physician-assisted dying.

World Medical Association – Forthcoming WMA Council meeting April 2019 and proposal regarding policy change relating to euthanasia and physician-assisted dying; Response of the World Federation of Catholic Medical Association FIAMC. This statements was published earlier by the Catholic Medical Association of the United Kingdom

CMA Australia: To the World Medical Association

Leaders and Council Members of the World Medical Association. 13, Chemin du Levant 01210 Ferney-Voltaire, France email: wma@wma.net We, the Catholic Medical Association of Australia, thank you for the opportunity to express our concerns regarding the proposals to amend the World Medical Association’s (WMA) position

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On the World Medical Association

Dear colleagues, The World Medical Association (WMA), which is representing the National Medical Associations, will be meeting in Santiago de Chile from April 25th to April 27th, 2019 in order to discuss the German proposition intending to partly amend its official position on euthanasia and

Catholic Doctors in Iceland about WMA

Members of the Canadian Federation of Catholic Physicians and Societies are in Iceland to urge the World Medical Association to continue its opposition to euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide. (Pixabay image) Catholic doctors from Canada are heading to Iceland to block Canadian Medical Association efforts to

CONCERNS ON THE PRACTICE OF MEDICINE

Please see the brief article penned by the Canadian Federation of Catholic Physicians’ Societies. I am happy to expand upon it if you would like a longer explanation. The World Medical Association will hold a Council meeting in Riga, Latvija from April 26-28, when physician

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