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Antilife, a term in the English language originating in 1929, refers to those who are hostile to the preservation or nurturing of life. It includes those who are pro-abortion and pro-euthanasia, but also includes people who oppose the use of potentially life-saving, or life-enhancing, medical treatments.

Many of the proponents of the forced death of Terri Schiavo by dehydration typified antilife sentiments.

During the coronavirus pandemic, antilife people interfered with early and prophylactic treatment against the disease.