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Fetal Rights (1987)
A studio audience composed of health care officials, physicians, law scholars, and interested laypersons discusses a pregnant woman's right to behave as she wishes on the television program Express (San Francisco KQED). ...
More Lessons From the Angels of Death
William Bartholome, MD, MTS, a pediatrician and bioethicist, speaks about his experiences after living with a terminal diagnosis for the past five years. This lecture is the Hixon Hour lecture that he delivered at the ...
The Right to Kill (1989)
Asking whether mercy killing is a blessing and an answer to terminal illness and intractable pain, or a beginning to a new holocaust, William F. Buckley, Jr. narrates the film. It includes short presentations by persons ...
In Guatemala the Forensic Anthropology Foundation (FAF) exhumes 1,000 bodies a year in an attempt to identify the remains of decades-old victims of army massacres. SACRED SOIL interviews relatives of the deceased and the ...
The Gift of Life (1985)
The television documentary offers information about heart and liver transplants, including economic statistics and a discussion of brain death.
"The greatest horror film of all time! Dr. Frankenstein (Colin Clive) dares to tamper with life and death by creating a human monster (Boris Karloff) in his laboratory; but his dreams of perfection are thwarted when the ...
The Nicholas Effect
"In 1994, when their 7-year-old son, Nicholas, was killed during a botched car-jacking, Reg and Maggie Green galvanized all of Italy--and the world--by donating Nicholas's organs to seven desperately sick Italians, becoming ...
Death on Request
Through this documentary filmed in the Netherlands (in Dutch with English subtitles) we are permitted to come to know Antoinette and Cees de Joode and their doctor Dr. Van Oijen, a family practitioner, as they discuss Cees' ...
Death by Doctor (1998)
CBS 60 Minutes television program broadcast on November 22, 1998. Narrated by Mike Wallace. Jack Kevorikian and Thomas Youk.
A Choice for K'Aila (1990)
This program tells the story of Francois and Leslie Paulette of Alberta, Canada who decided to let their newborn son K'aila die naturally from liver disease [bilary artresia or giant-cell hepatitis] rather than have him ...