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misanthrope1

misanthrope1

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Aug 2, 2018
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I'm curious if anyone has any in depth information regarding assisted suicide. I know its legal in some states. Do you have to have a terminal disease? If so, is it a difficult process? Since I dont have what it takes to take my own life, I'm looking forward to doing this as soon as i find out i have some kind of terminal disease.
 
Jerryman

Jerryman

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Jul 19, 2018
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How do you get a terminal disease? If you find a way let us know because there are many on this site that would feel relieved and overjoyed should a doctor tell them they have 3 months left to live and access to as much pain relief they like.
 
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Sharethepain

Sharethepain

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May 2, 2018
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Look up Dignitas, they are the biggest organization doing assisted suicide I believe. You do not need to have a terminal illness, it can be a psychical disability as well. I haven´t heard anyone being accepted purely on mental issues though. The costs are about 10 k euros +-. They take care of all the paperwork and your funeral as well. The process takes at least a couple months. You need to go to several doctor interviews and when you get their "green light" you can tell them to prepare the assisted suicide in Sweden.
 
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Comatose11

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Jul 26, 2018
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In the US you can only get it if you are terminally ill, have less than 6 months to live, and at least two doctors have confirmed it. Then you have to find a doctor who is willing to give you the medication.