Prescription--medicide: the goodness of planned death

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Prometheus Books, 1991 - Health & Fitness - 268 pages
The inventor of the controversial "suicide machine" outlines his startling views on planned death and its potential impact on organ harvesting and medical experimentation in this graphic and well-argued commentary. Photographs.

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PRESCRIPTION: MEDICIDE: The Goodness of Planned Death

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Kevorkian, gadfly of the medical profession and inventor of the ``suicide machine,'' speaks his mind on the ethics of death. Its title notwithstanding, this is not primarily a discussion of euthanasia ... Read full review


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