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This first right-to-die law just passed in Australia is a welcome break-through, but will it work in a smooth manner? I’ve not yet had chance to read the Victoria law, but according to BBC World News, three doctors have to sign off on the proposed assisted dying, and then it goes before a board for […]

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The Swiss group DIGNITAS has survived many controversial battles, now takes it fight for choices in dying further abroad. EDITORIAL NOVEMBER 2017 newsletter of DIGNITAS, Switzerland: Freedom of choice in one’s life and at life’s end is a human right. In 1998, the non-profit association DIGNITAS – To live with dignity – To die with […]

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It continues to help FINAL EXIT sales stats on Amazon Books 11.11.17 Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,277 in Books (See Top 100 in Books) #1 in Books > Law > Estate Planning > Living Wills #1 in Books > Law > Health & Medical Law > Right to Die #15 in Books > Self-Help > […]

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Australia has been trying to pass legislation on doctor-assisted dying for about 50 years. Now a law has got early approval which looks like holding up. Victoria’s landmark Voluntary Assisted Dying bill passed the lower house with 47 votes to 37 on Friday.

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From The Lancet Book Reviews: “Good Life, Good Death” Review by Talha Khan Burki Published: May 2017 Derek Humphry used a cocktail of codeine and secobarbital to end his wife’s life. The cancer had spread from her breast into her bones and organs. Jean Humphry had reached a stage at which the merest movement threatened […]

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Associated Press reported 2 October 2017: SCOTUS Declines To Hear Minnesota Assisted Suicide Case MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear the case of a national group convicted of assisting in the 2007 suicide of a Minnesota woman. The high court’s decision means the 2015 conviction will stand against Final Exit […]

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USATODAY Sept. 29, 2017 Floridians favor physician-assisted suicide The state outlaws it, but a clear majority of Floridians favor giving terminally ill patients the option of ending their own lives with the help of a doctor, a new survey suggests. Nearly six of 10 respondents – 59 percent – to the University of South Florida-Nielsen […]

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Oregon’s Death With Dignity Act: Two Decades of Data By Tara Haelle Oregon’s Death With Dignity Act (DWDA), passed through a voter-approved ballot initiative in 1997, lays out strict requirements for patients interested in requesting a prescription from their physician that would enable the patient to end to his or her life. In the 20 […]

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NEW book, the memoir of Derek Humphry ‘Good Life, Good Death’ in hardback is now available at http://www.finalexit.org/ergo-store/books-c-65/ Memoir is autographed. Could also be inscribed to you by request. New low price $20+$6 -USA ERGO Bookstore at www.finalexit.org/ergo-store

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Letter to the Editor of the Register-Guard, Eugene, Oregon, 21 August 2017: Death With Dignity law falls short I read with interest about the new organization in Oregon dealing with death with dignity (guest viewpoint, Aug. 16). The Oregon Death With Dignity law is good, but can be more compassionate. It could be expanded to […]

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