New Scientist. 1981 Oct 8; 92(1274): 120-121.
Most suicide attempts appear to be impulsive and motivated by rage against another person. The author believes that publications of pro-suicide groups like EXIT or Hemlock serve a useful purpose for some terminally ill persons, although hospice care is a better approach for most dying patients. Potential suicides who are suffering from emotional stresses rather than terminal illnesses are best deterred by a personalized approach. (KIE abstract)
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