Legalizing Euthanasia

Legalizing Euthanasia

Legalizing Euthanasia

In early 1970?s Jean and Derek Humphry found themselves in a dilemma. Jean had cancer, and at the slightest sudden movement her bones would crack. Jean was in agonizing pain, which she could no longer endure. One night while Jean and Derek were in bed, she begged of Derek, ?Find a doctor who will give us a lethal overdose that I can take.?
After many restless nights Derek agreed and began his search for a doctor. He considered three doctors to nurse Jean back to health but was rejected. This was because the doctor would be subjecting himself to prosecution in court. The other doctor would suffer from malpractice in court and could not afford to lose his license in medicine.
After being rejected, Derek asked a young doctor that he met years ago, who went under the name of ?Dr. Joe?. Derek, Jean, and ?Dr. Joe? met and discussed what would happen and exactly how Jean would want to die. Jean decided on taking capsules.
Jean died in 1975 as she wished. Jean died a calm and peaceful death. She did not have to suffer for as long as

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