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Show TrackerIn Thursday night's "Grey's Anatomy" episode, "Suicide is Painless," we got a long-overdue glimpse into Owen and Teddy's army deployment. We've always been aware of Owen's severe post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms, but they were put on the back...
I'VE ALWAYS BELIEVED that someday there will be a Jack Kevorkian postage stamp. Granted, it will be a first-class stamp that costs $3; that's how far into the future we're talking. But considering we've already had a Richard Nixon stamp, who says you need...
Tags: Crimes, Death, Oregon, Crime, Law and Justice, Euthanasia
The recent arrests of four members of the Final Exit Network in Georgia have drawn more national attention to the issue of assisted suicide. According to The Times' March 23 editorial, "Sense and suicide," the organization has been involved in about 200...
Tags: Los Angeles, California, Suicide, Death, Santa Ana
Looking for help with doing yourself in? Eager to provide it, with few questions asked, is the Final Exit Network, a formerly obscure Illinois-based activist group that made national headlines last month when four of its members were arrested on charges...
Tags: Insurance, Suicide, Death, Oregon, Euthanasia
Contrary to an Aug. 11 Times editorial, AB 2747 is a legally confused solution to non-existent problems that opens the way to doctor-assisted suicide. This legislation is not cut and dry; rather, it raises substantive policy questions relating to...
Tags: Breast, Justice System, Cancer, Health, Illnesses
The Associated PressJack Kevorkian said Tuesday he has a new mission to educate and inform the masses about their rights as citizens following his release from prison. ``My new mission is not assisted suicide,'' Kevorkian, 79, said during his first news conference since...
Tags: Prisons, Punishment, Jack Kevorkian, Lou Gehrig, Suicide
Activists for and against assisted suicide will protest Thursday morning. The day the controversial 'Death with Dignity' measure goes into effect. A group called the 'True Compassion Advocates' will hold a demonstration for improved end-of-life care...
Activists for and against assisted suicide are protesting Thursday morning, the day the controversial 'Death with Dignity' measure goes into effect. A group called the 'True Compassion Advocates' will hold a demonstration for improved end-of-life care...
Tags: Elections, Regional Authority, Forehead, Suicide, Television
Anne Lamott is a novelist and essayist. Her latest book is "Plan B: Further Thoughts on Faith," recently released in paperback.THE MAN I KILLED did not want to die, but he no longer felt he had much of a choice. He had gone from being tall and strapping, full of appetites and a brilliant manner of speech, to a skeleton, weak and full of messy needs. He and his wife still loved...
Tags: Drug Trafficking, Health, Duke Ellington, Coma, Forehead
Times Staff Writer"The Event" is a deeply affecting film that is an important accomplishment on many counts. It is a celebration of life in the face of death, an affirmation of dignity in the midst of tragic loss and an assertion to the right to privacy. It marks...
Tags: Olympia Dukakis, Parker Posey, Suicide, Academy Awards, Death
Times Staff WriterAlejandro Amenábar's deeply moving "The Sea Inside" transcends what by rights should have been a bummer of a story to become one of the most profound and uplifting dramas of the year. Based on the true story of Ramón Sampedro, a Spanish quadriplegic who...
Tags: Javier Bardem, Entertainment, Movies, Canal+, Death
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