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Old 11-23-2009, 07:43 PM   #41
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I have read that in Holland, euthanasia by patient's requests is allowed. I will be sure to have enough money for transportation to get there.
Actually, you don't have to go that far. Oregon allows euthanasia by patient's request Euthanasia - Oregon's Euthanasia Law

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Thanks for the tip. However, I think Holland's law is more liberal.

Recently there was a case of a well-known British orchestra conductor who wished to die along his wife who was suffering from terminal illness. I do not remember the details except that he was having serious physical limitations due to old age and simply did not wish to continue to live. They went to Holland to have their wish fulfilled, and the case generated some publicity.

PS. Here's some info regarding the above case.

Edward Downes, 85; British Maestro Conducted High-Profile Orchestras -

British conductor Edward Downes dead at 85; he and wife end lives at Swiss suicide clinic

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