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MY LETTER TO THE EDITOR, NEW YORK TIMES 11 June 2020 The Protesters Know the Future is Bleak To the Editor: The amount of protesters across America is staggering. While George Floyd’s murder was the trigger, the underlying cause is that people under 40 are worried about climate change, pollution, the widening gap between rich […]

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Derek Humphry’s new ebook, “Final Exit 2020” is getting response throughout the world. Orders for the download include customers from Moscow, Zagreb, Oslo, Tokyo, Sydney, Paris and London. Most of the orders are from North American people who want the updated version of the original l991 New York Times bestseller, the first book to describe […]

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Interest in reading my Ebook ‘Final Exit 2020’ has recently come from Tokyo, Moscow, Bejing, Norway and Australia. Not massively, but consistent. Obviously a deep interest. Take a look at https://www.finalexit.org/ergo-store

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Here is a document about CHOICES in the event of severe novel coronavirus illness. Think it over carefully. It is not legally enforceable, but might be a useful guide to hospital staffs. April 2020 My Choices If I Become Sick in the COVID Pandemic Choose only one in each group of three. Location MEDICAL FACILITY: […]

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Many of us who support the right to choose at life’s end will sympathize with this letter to the editor of the New York Times from Final Exit Network published on April 2, 2020. To the Editor: “I Love the World, but I Cannot Stay,” by Mary Pipher (Sunday Review, March 8), captures a sentiment […]

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Final Exit Network (FEN) announces that its new website is up and running. It has been some time since the site was updated, and this provided an opportunity to make the site more focused and easier to navigate. The process for applying for Exit Guide services is clearly outlined, and the Request for Guide Services […]

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The Oregon Death with Dignity Act turns 25 today. On November 8, 1994, Oregonians voted to pass the first assisted dying law in the U.S. and the world, demonstrating their belief that terminally ill patients deserved the right to choose how they die. The historic vote came after a hard-fought campaign led by a dedicated […]

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It’s interesting that suddenly the UK police are asking for a reform of the law forbidding assisted dying. There have been about a dozen attempts to change the law since l936 and all failed. Britain lags behind many other countries which have approved careful, thoughtful death with dignity laws. The Police and Crime Commissioner for […]

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New voluntary assisted dying clinic opens in Basel, Switzerland Pegasos Swiss Association (https://pegasos-association.com/) Established in August 2019, Pegasos is a Swiss voluntary assisted dying (VAD) association based in Basel, Switzerland. Pegasos was founded in August 2019 by the same Swiss professionals who helped 104-year old Professor David Goodall to die in Basel in May 2018. […]

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Published annual reports from the Oregon Health Authority and Washington State Department of Health that ranged from 1998 to 2017 in Oregon and from 2009 to 2017 in Washington show some interesting facts about how the law is used. They found that 2,558 – 76% – of the 3,368 written prescriptions resulted in patients’ deaths, […]

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