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Euthanasia, Death with Dignity and the Law Hardcover – October 9, 2001

ISBN-13: 978-1841130910 ISBN-10: 1841130915

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.a timely contribution the non-law reader will find the author's overview accessible succeeds in presenting complex issues in an approachable way and will undoubtedly stimulate further exploration of this troublesome area. Wendy E. Hiscox Cambridge Law Journal October 2001 The author certainly succeeds to encapsulate and address the most important philosophical, ethical and legal issues pertaining to the modern, but contentious euthanasia debate. The book comes highly recommended and provides a valuable addition to the euthanasia debate. P A Carstens, University of Pretoria Stellenbosch Law Review October 2001

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