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E. Ball, Librarian 10/2003
last update: E. Ball, Librarian 10/2010


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This guide provides Web site links, a list of selected books, and access to online periodical articles about this subject. The Web site links have been researched, evaluated, and annotated by Rio Hondo College librarians. The librarians have specifically selected these Web sites to meet the research needs of Rio Hondo College students.

Euthanasia is the act or practice of ending the life of an individual suffering from a terminal illness or an incurable condition, possibly by lethal injection, administration of drugs or the suspension of extraordinary medical treatment. Euthanasia, sometimes called assisted suicide or mercy killing, is not legal everywhere and has created controversy in many cases.


Who Should Decide?

Who should decide the legality and morality of euthanasia?
The church, the courts, or those who are suffering?

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