Prescription--medicide: the goodness of planned death

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Prometheus Books, 1991 - Health & Fitness - 268 pages
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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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