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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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The blog of the Oxford University Press August 22, 2017, printed this article about free speech and the right-to-die movement: Is advocating suicide a crime under the First Amendment? Rational Suicide, Irrational Laws: Examining Current Approaches to Suicide in Policy and Law By Susan Stefan Two different cases raising similar issues about advocating suicide may […]

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Attorney Robert Rivas posted in Final Exit Network web page: “The Scotusblog (“Scotus” = Supreme Court of the United States), a blog by experts in the Scotus, has selected Final Exit Network’s Petition for a Writ of Certiorari as its featured “Petition of the Day” for July 27, 2017. Scotusblog says its “Petition of the […]

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Inaugural 2017 NuTech Prize It is with great pleasure that Exit International announces the establishment of a prize to be awarded to the most innovative use of technology to improve the means of providing a peaceful, elective and autonomous (DIY) death. The US$5000 prize will be awarded at the NuTech 2017 gathering in Toronto on […]

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PRESS RELEASE ** Final Exit Network Appeals Minnesota Conviction to the U.S. Supreme Court WASHINGTON, D.C. — Final Exit Network has petitioned the Supreme Court of the United States to reverse a 2015 Minnesota conviction, saying Minnesota violated its First Amendment-protected right to freedom of speech. The Florida-based non-profit corporation, Final Exit Network, Inc., was […]

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