Assisted Dying:Who Makes the Final
With a foreword by Sir Terry Pratchett, OBE, and
endorsements from Sir Patrick Stewart, OBE, Professor
Heinz Wolff and Reverend Canon Rosie Harper, this book
provides a comprehensive view of assisted dying. With
a thoughtful mix of expert opinion and case studies of
people who have suffered, Assisted Dying: Who Makes
the Final Decision? offers the reader a chance to
examine why the present law needs to be changed.
and from all good booksellers.
- Foreword by Sir Terry Pratchett, OBE
- 1. A Death at Dignitas: John Close 'More
like a thing than a human being'
- 2. A History of Assisted Dying in the UK
by Jo Cartwright
- 3. Three Suicides, Three Reasons to Die:
Liz Smith's parents 'We just sat there,
waiting for this great
Neil Love 'Time to go
while it's my choice'
- 4. A Faith View of Assisted Dying by
Reverend John Cartwright
- 5. Aiding and Abetting Suicide: Nigel Goodman
'I am suffering and I want to die'
- 6. Assisted Dying Around the World Today
by Davina Hehir and Philip Satherley
- 7. Voluntarily Stopping Eating and Drinking:
Efstratia Tuson 'Talk to the
captain; they can just
drop me overboard'
- 8. A Nurse's Perspective on End-of-Life Care
by Andrew Heenan
- 9. Good Care But a Bad Death: Colin Marriage
'Another week? I can't do
- 10. The Future for Assisted Dying in England
and Wales by Sir Graeme Catto
- 11. A Recent Death at Dignitas: Ron Clinch
'Want to share this one, Brian?'
- 12. The Right to an Assisted Death by
Professor Ray Tallis
- About the contributors
- Useful Addresses
Dignity in Dying
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