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Saturday, June 04, 2011

 
Jack Kevorkian Dies

When people discover that they are terminally ill and death is on the near horizon, hospice serves as a vehicle for the dying to find meaning in their final days. Jack Kevorkian was the very antithesis of hospice - instead of a final embrace of life, he led people to the despair of suicide. Many of his victims weren't even terminally ill. Kevorkian wasn't punished enough during his lifetime.

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