Author Archives: exiteuthanasia

A small site update (we’ve added a few FAQ’s)

Just a quick post to let regular readers know we have updated the reference pages on the top menu to include an FAQ. These Frequently Asked Questions will be updated or added to occasionally. If you have a question that … Continue reading

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One cannot escape death

The thought of dying is one that most people push aside, at least until it seems imminent (to ourselves or someone close to us). The mission of Exit can be described as taking away the fear of death. A large … Continue reading

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A nitrogen workshop and a special invitation!

Martin Amis is famous not just for his hard-hitting novels but for his outspoken stance on euthanasia. His position, however, is a personal one, arrived at not for the sake of exercising his vast skill as a writer but as … Continue reading

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Choices are individual

Jean Davies was 86 when she died. She had devoted most of her life to the “right-to-die” movement and died both in a time and manner of her own choosing. Why, one must ask, did she starve herself to death? … Continue reading

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Nitrogen & helium: airing differences

As noted in our earlier Blog, the ‘right-to-die’ movement went into a bit of a tailspin over the news that Balloon Time, a manufacturer of helium party-balloon kits, was henceforth diluting their product. This was because helium had offered a … Continue reading

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The quality of mercy is not strain’d

“You wouldn’t let a dog suffer like that” is a phrase that often comes to mind when witnessing the struggles of someone who, despite the best efforts of palliative care, is in a prolonged and unbearable agony: someone who in … Continue reading

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The right to change your mind

As another American state gets to grips with fielding right-to-die legislation, Joe Mathews, a Californian editor, puts forward some interesting ideas. The new legislation would allow mentally competent California residents with six months or less to live to obtain a … Continue reading

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The Exit Path 2015: The most complete reference published, out now. Fully updated on nitrogen.

Five Last Acts: The Exit Path 2015 edition. § 822 pages. § over 100 illustrations and ‘how-to‘ diagrams. § Over 1000 references. § tables & charts . § Tips and checklists  § scientific evidence. Over 100 pages on helium, completely … Continue reading

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Keeping in touch

The Exit Newsletter, a quality magazine that goes to our worldwide membership, is off the press again at last! Our sense of responsibility means that Exit does not publish “how-to” instructions on the Internet although we do cover the subject … Continue reading

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New print publications available on Amazon

To keep pace with the changes in availability of helium, additional sections have been added to the books Five Last Acts II and Five Last Acts – The Exit Path. At over 400 pages, the first of these is one … Continue reading

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Lighter than (only some) air . . .

The helium debate has reignited. One major manufacturer has announced that all their “balloon helium” will now be supplied as an 80/20 helium-air mixture. As helium has been a principal method of choice in rational self-euthanasia for several years, this … Continue reading

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