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Medicine: Right To Die / Kevorkian / A Discussion #145604

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 21, 1993
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) The release of Dr. Jack Kevorkian from the hospital where he had been recovering from his hunger strike while in jail reported; the issue of Michigan's ban on assisted suicides mentioned.

(Chapel Hill, North Carolina: Aaron Brown) Discussion held with eight people about the right-to-die issue; scenes shown from North Carolina. [Pat and Bob NIXON, Harry CROWE, Ann YOUNG, Bill AYCOCK, Anne ANDERSON, Calvin and Elizabeth KEITEL - talk about the ethical questions raised by Kevorkian, including doctor-assisted suicide and the relationship of patients, physicians and the law.]

Brown, Aaron;
Jennings, Peter

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