Peaceful Pill Handbook
The Peaceful Pill Handbook is a book setting out information on assisted suicide and voluntary euthanasia. It was originally published in the U.S. in 2006 and was written by the Australian doctors Philip Nitschke and Fiona Stewart. In 2008 the on-line handbook was launched. Called The Peaceful Pill eHandbook, it contains video clips on assisted suicide and voluntary euthanasia methods and related issues, but does not provide “how-to” instructions. The eHandbook is updated six times a year.
The Online version Print Series also called EHandbook , of the Peaceful pill Movement , provides detailed information on Voluntary Euthanasia , and Assisted Suicide with the use of Barbiturates Online to the elderly who are ter minally sick , or any of their family members .
This book provides detailed information on end of life strategies comprising of ; Over the counter and prescription drugs , Pentobarbitals , Nembutal , and also the use of gases available for Individuals living in Switzerland where Voluntary Euthanasia , Assisted suicide or DYing with dignity are allowed under certain circumstances .
A deep detailed review and explanation on all these above mentioned methods , of Voluntary Euthanasia , or assisted Suicide as well as the laws surrounding all the different areas of the world affected .
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