LONDON, ON, March 31, 2005 ( – The Euthanasia Prevention Coalition (EPC) recognizes Terri Schiavo’s death as euthanasia because she was intentionally dehydrated to death, not for palliative reasons but because she was cognitively disabled. “Hopefully Terri’s death will result in legislation being enacted to protect people who are cognitively disabled from similar acts of death by dehydration,” commented EPC executive director Alex Schadenberg.

To that end, the Euthanasia Prevention CoalitionÂoffers for saleÂthe Life-Protecting Power of Attorney for Personal Care to protect Canadians from being dehydrated to death, like Terri Schiavo.

For more information on the power of attorney document contact the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition @ 1-877-439-3348.


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