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Articles in this issue
A continued debate about hastened death.
Benjamin, G. Andrew H
Observations on the first year of Oregon's Death with Dignity Act.
Lee, Barbara Coombs; Werth, James L., Jr.
So far so good: Observations on the first year of Oregon's Death with Dignity Act.
Batavia, Andrew I.
Misconceived sources of opposition to physician-assisted suicide.
Brock, Dan W.
Death with dignity or life with health care rationing.
Illingworth, Patricia; Bursztajn, Harold
Observations on the first year: A commentary.
Oregon's first year: The medicalization of control.
White, Margot; Callahan, Daniel
The first year of the Oregon Death With Dignity Act: Responses to the commentators.
Lee, Barbara Combs; Werth, James L., Jr.
Requests for physician-assisted death: Guidelines for assessing mental capacity and impaired judgment. Pages 348-372
Werth, James L., Jr.; Benjamin, G. Andrew; Farrenkopf, Tony
Burt, Robert A.
Physicians' decisions about patient capacity: The Trojan horse of physician-assisted suicide.
Martyn, Susan R.; Bourguignon, Henry J.
Youngner, Stuart J.
Guidelines for assessments: Reactions to the commentators.
Werth, James L., Jr.; Farrenkopf, Tony; Benjamin, G. Andrew H.
Factors to consider before participating in a hastened death: Issues for medical professionals.
Family matters: A social systems perspective on physician-assisted suicide and the older adult.
King, Deborah A.; Kim, Scott Y. H.; Conwell, Yeates
How to deal with requests for assisted suicide: Some experiences and practical guidelines from the Netherlands.
Kerkhof, A. J. F. M.
Assisted suicide, depression, and the right to die.
The implementation of Oregon's Death with Dignity Act: Reassuring, but more data are needed.
Therapeutic death: A look at Oregon's law.
Cerminara, Kathy L.; Perez, Alina
The relevance of data on physicians and disability on the right to assisted suicide: Can empirical studies resolve the issue?
Batavia, Andrew J.
Methodological issues in assisted suicide and euthanasia research.
Steps to improve the quality of life for people who are dying.