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January 24, 2012

British man with “locked-in syndrome,” Tony Nicklinson, fights for right to die

Does former rugby player Tony Nicklinson deserve the right to die? Seven years after suffering a paralyzing stroke that left him immobile and unable to speak, the 57-year-old recently asked Britain’s High Court to allow a doctor to give him a lethal injection without facing any penalty. (CBS News)

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