Liverpool Care Pathway: First pro-life group to sound alarm welcomes review's recommendation
23 July 2013
The first pro-life group to sound the alarm about the Liverpool Care Pathway (LCP) has welcomed a report's recommendation that the LCP be replaced.
SPUC Pro-Life warned about the LCP as long ago as September 2008, in an article ("Liverpool Care Pathway - comfort for the dying or backdoor euthanasia?") in its newspaper the Pro-Life Times.
On Saturday, the Council of SPUC Pro-Life, its democratically-elected governing body of grassroots activists, passed a motion welcoming the recommendation. [SPUC, 22 July]
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