by Barry Corbet, New Mobility Magazine, May 2003 In this article Mr. Corbet describes how and why he, as a person with a disability, came to oppose assisted suicide. Download: Corbet-New-Mob-article.docx (Word) Corbet-New-Mob-article.pdf (PDF)
Testimony by Dr. Ira R. Byock
Testimony by Dr. Ira R. Byock, before the New Hampshire legislature regarding a bill to permit assisted suicide in that state, February 19, 2009. Dr. Byock is Director of Palliative Medicine at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center in Dartmouth, NH.
Our Last Rights: Do Not Resuscitate Orders and People with Disabilities
Originally published by the Manitoba League of Persons with Disabilities on October 8, 2000. This report is based on a survey of Manitobans with disabilities about their experience in hospital with having “do not resuscitate” (DNR) orders put on their…
Physician-Assisted Suicide In Oregon: A Medical Perspective
by Herbert Hendin and Kathleen Foley, Michigan Law Review, Vol. 106 p. 1613, 2010 This article looks at how the assisted suicide program is going in Oregon, the efficacy of safeguards, and areas for improvement. Download: Hendin-Foley-Michigan-Law-Rev-a.pdf (PDF)