Friday, November 10, 2017

Patient’s Recovery Convinces Oregon Doctor to Fight Euthanasia Laws

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Kenneth Stevens MD, Jeanette Hall
When American doctor Kenneth Stevens heard about Victoria’s plan to introduce assisted dying for the terminally ill he couldn’t help but recall the story of his ­patient Jeanette Hall.

Hall, then 55, came to Stevens in 2000 after being diagnosed with inoperable colon cancer in Portland, Oregon, a state that in 1997 introduced laws enabling doctors to prescribe fatal pills to the terminally ill.

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Police consider charging mother in Bend suicide