This category contains information about individuals who advocate for the right to die or who have hastened the death of another.
Sydney Morning Herald - "Euthanasia lobbyist to fight attempted murder charge"
Australian physician and right to die advocate, Andrew Hollo, has been charged with attempted murder for his care of Elise Herrman. (May 07, 2003)
The Age - "Loving man helped wife die, court told"
Alexander Maxwell stands trial after admitting to police that he helped his wife, who suffered from breast cancer, die. (April 24, 2003)
Casper Star-Tribune - "Casper attorney chose his own 'final exit'"
An article about Jim Fagan, who suffered from emphysema, and his determination to hasten his death. (February 16, 2003)
The Observer - "A Beautiful Life - and a Beautiful Death"
An opponent of hastened dying tells the story of an assisted death, and may have changed his mind on the subject. (January 26, 2003)
The Guardian: A Dignified Death
Hazel Curry describes the life, illness, and hastened death of her mother, Elizabeth, who suffered from motor neuron disease. (December 06, 2001)
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