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A Good Death: An Argument for Voluntary Euthanasia
Dr Rodney Syme
Dr Rodney Syme, urologist surgeon, discusses his lifetime of medical practice and the circumstances that have casued him outrage at how some medical practitioners have failed to deal with unrelieved suffering of dying patients. His experiences led to a great deal of compassionate reflection and attention to patient decisional capacity and autonomy, respecting rational, enduring requests for assistance to die peacefully in a manner that is consistent with the patient's own beliefs and values, in the presence of their loved ones. He describes the consequences of failing to hear a patient's enduring requests for assitance to die peacefully, including traumatic and violent suicide. A tremendous read.
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Remember Me, Mrs V?
Mother of three, Marie Valenta, was fifty-four when diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease in early 2003. The former primary school teacher had rarely experienced a day’s illness before this shattering diagnosis. For the first four years after diagnosis, her husband, Tom, became her primary carer. In his book he describes the daily agony of seeing his wife slowly succumb to this cruel, degenerative disease. He also describes the impact on him and his three adult offspring who see their mother transform from a fiercely independent and highly competent woman to a totally dependent, child-like person.
In 2006 Marie was diagnosed with depression and paranoia and required professional carer support. By the end of the year Tom gave Marie up to a nursing home which he saw as his final act of capitulation and failure. He tells not only his own very personal story but the deeply moving experiences of thirteen other carers who have travelled similar journeys.
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Willing to Listen - Wanting to Die
Dr Helga Kuhse
Our society does not permit doctors to give direct aid in dying to those who
request it, though the moral issues are endlessly debated. This book is
largely about the experiences of those who have been confronted by death and
It shares the voices of some who want to die, and of many willing to listen:
patients, relatives, doctors and nurses, religious ministers, ethicists and
philosphers. A horsetrainer reflects on her progressive, disabling disease.
A widowed teacher remembers the dying husband who needed help to end his
suffering. A doctor relates his conversation from fear to understanding and advocacy of help to the dying. A Minister discusses why direct aid in dying
is compatable with Christian beliefs.