Five Last Acts - The Exit Path (2015 edition): The arts and science of rational suicide in the face of unbearable, unrelievable suffering

Five Last Acts - The Exit Path (2015 edition): The arts and science of rational suicide in the face of unbearable, unrelievable suffering

by Chris Docker

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Overview

(Expanded edition. For previous reviews, please see http://www.amazon.com/dp/1482594099)
With 844 pages, it is the most extensive volume in print on the subject, meticulously researched and scientifically substantiated. No method of self-euthanasia can be perfect, in spite of what some claim. What this book does is give you the best evidence and advice available and backs it up with scientific references that you can check for yourself.

***104 pages on use of inert gas (nitrogen, helium).***
***205 pages on drugs.***
***Hundreds more pages on voluntary refusal of food and liquid***
***the low-down on 'fringe' methods***

As well as precautions, social, legal and ethical concerns, tips and checklists, ***100 illustrations*** and 'how-to' diagrams, 7 tables and more than 1000 references. Peer-reviewed evidence and examination of alternative theories. (See the 'look-inside' feature for list of contents, or the publications page on the 'ExitEuthanasia Blog'.)

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781512176445
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/13/2015
Pages: 824
Sales rank: 450,865
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.63(d)

About the Author

Chris Docker (M.Phil, Law & Ethics in Medicine) is recognised as one of the world's leading experts on self-deliverance, Director of EXIT SCOTLAND, original publishers of the world's first advice on self-euthanasia from 1980 and while focussing on research supplies information and scientific data to like-minded organisations worldwide. Docker is a seven-times author on euthanasia and also published in LexisNexis & Butterworth Law guides, the British Medical Journal academic textbooks on Law & Ethics in Medicine.

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