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Nightline #648780

ABC Special for Monday, Nov 23, 1998

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  • Live discussion with Forrest Sawyer (ABC), Hemlock Society USA Executive Director Faye Girsh, Compassion in Dying Foundation Executive Director Barbara Coombs Lee, and medical ethicist Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel re: issues related to euthanasia and assisted suicide, including Dr. Jack Kevorkian's recent involvement in ending the life of a patient with Lou Gehrig's disease.
  • Taped segment with John Donvan (ABC), "Today Show" host Katie Couric, "Good Morning, America" host Lisa McRee, Marty Haag of the A.H. Belo Corporation, Kevorkian attorney David Gorosh, Oakland County (Michigan) prosecutor David Gorseka, and Michigan Medical Licensing Board Director Kathleen Wilber.

  • Reporter(s):
    Donvan, John
    Duration:
    00:30:00

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