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FILM REVIEW by Richard Cote “YOU DON’T KNOW JACK” In “You Don’t Know Jack,” Dr. Jack Kevorkian (played by Al Pacino), a made-for-television HBO movie, was broadcast in the U.S. on April 24. Its story opens when the unemployed Michigan pathologist, age 60, had found his new calling: hastening the death of patients suffering from […]

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The Montana Supreme Court said Thursday (12.31.09) that nothing in state law prevents patients from seeking physician-assisted suicide, making Montana the third state that will allow the procedure. Patients and doctors had been waiting for the state’s high court to step in after a lower court decided a year ago that constitutional rights to privacy […]

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It is with a great pleasure that I inform you that today, February 19, 2008, that the Parliament of Grand Duchy of Luxembourg has approved the bill Errr/Huss on de-criminalization of euthanasia. Now we can say that in the countries of Benelux (the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg) do exist the right for patients to receive […]

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Press Release: New Zealand Veterinary Association Supply of euthanasia drug professional suicide, says Veterinary Association president Dr Philip Nitschke’s suggestion that a person could obtain a dangerous narcotic for human euthanasia from a veterinarian is a slur on the integrity and professionalism of veterinarians, says NZ Veterinary Association president John Maclachlan. “It is both illegal […]

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