A scientist to use assisted suicide to end life in Switzerland

An elderly English-born Australian man who wishes to end his own life, but was denied state assistance because he is not terminally ill.

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    An elderly academic preparing for voluntary suicide says he has no hesitation about ending his life.

    David Goodall - who does not have a terminal illness - has said that he hopes his story will encourage others to take a more liberal view on assisted dying.

    Al Jazeera's Sonia Gallego reports.


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