AC Medical Issues If you loved someone could you help them die

AC Medical Issues If you loved someone could you help them die

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If you love someone, could you help them die?   July 09, 2007  www.thestar.com LORRAINE SOMMERFELD Dr. Jack Kevorkian has been released after  serving eight years in prison for helping a  terminally ill man end his life. The RCMP just  stopped considering charges against a  Canadian man who took his dying wife to a  suicide clinic in Switzerland. Definitions,  degrees, legalities and semantics are all part  of ongoing struggles many countries engage  in regarding this issue. Could you help someone you love to die?
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I was 12 when I learned what euthanasia  was. Until then, I'd only heard the word,  never read it, and thought "youth in Asia"  was about, well, just that. It was many more  years before I thought about it with more  than a passing interest. Nobody I knew was  dying; nobody I knew was sick. And then, like most things having to do with 
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This note was uploaded on 03/21/2012 for the course COMM 1000345 taught by Professor Mccloud during the Winter '10 term at Mohawk College.

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