Final Exit: The Practicalities of Self-deliverance and Assisted Suicide for the Dying

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Dell, 1992 - Accomplices - 213 pages
The phenomenal #1 New York Times bestseller that has the world talking--a practical guide for the terminally ill to dying with dignity through assisted suicide. Finally available in paperback, this considerate book is for mature adults who are considering the option of ending their lives because of unbearable pain or terminal illness.

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The founder of the Hemlock Society, which was dedicated to helping terminally-ill patients find a decent way to end their lives if they so chose, presents a compassionate and clear overview of the ... Read full review

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'Final Exit' is now in its 3rd edition (2002) in paperback from Dell. Since l991 it has been the 'gold standard' for books on self-deliverance. If purchased via the ERGO Bookstore there is also a free Addendum 2009 bringing the book right up to date: http://www.finalexit.org/ergo-bookstore
----------Derek Humphry, author, July 2, 2009
 

Contents

The Most Difficult Decision
3
Beware of the Law
13
The Hospice Option
19
Copyright

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Humphry is the founder of the Hemlock Society. He is president of the Euthanasia Research and Guidance Organization. He was a newspaper reporter for 35 years.

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