The case against assisted suicide : for the right to end-of-life care /

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Other Authors: Foley, Kathleen M., 1944-, Hendin, Herbert
Format: Book
Published: Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2002
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Table of Contents:
  • "I will give no deadly drug": why doctors must not kill / Leon R. Kass
  • Compassion is not enough / Edmund D. Pellegrino
  • Reason, self-determination, and physician-assisted suicide / Daniel Callahan
  • The rise and fall of the "right" to assisted suicide / Yale Kamisar
  • The Dutch experience / Herbert Hendin
  • Palliative care and euthanasia in the Netherlands: observations of a Dutch physician / Zbigniew Zylicz
  • The Oregon experiment / Kathleen Foley and Herbert Hendin
  • Oregon's culture of silence / N. Gregory Hamilton
  • Deadly days in Darwin / David W. Kissane
  • Not dead yet / Diane Coleman
  • Vulnerable people: practical rejoinders to claims in favor of assisted suicide / Felicia Cohn and Joanne Lynn
  • Depression and the will to live in the psychological landscape of terminally ill patients / Harvey M. Chochinov and Leonard Schwartz
  • A hospice perspective / Cicely Saunders
  • Compassionate care, not assisted suicide / Kathleen Foley