Lethal Choice Stanley A. Terman

ISBN: 9781933418209

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Lethal Choice  by  Stanley A. Terman

Lethal Choice by Stanley A. Terman
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From Conspiracy to Enlightenment... What if the CEOs of health and long-term care insurance companies, whose bonuses depend upon increasing profits, reached their last resort to decrease costs so that now, they must encourage patients and physiciansMoreFrom Conspiracy to Enlightenment... What if the CEOs of health and long-term care insurance companies, whose bonuses depend upon increasing profits, reached their last resort to decrease costs so that now, they must encourage patients and physicians to hasten dying?What if they found a research physician who craved fortune and fame for his two contributions: a computer program that would allow even totally paralyzed patients to commit suicide plus and a trio of prescription medications that are lethal when combined but individually can slip under the radar of the Drug Enforcement Agency?Then they would just need to find a star, a patient who could deliver an eloquent, passionate, and persuasive speech on their promotional video and then voluntarily demonstrate that Physician-Assisted Suicide is as peaceful as it is patriotic.Ben Brewster, a decorated war hero, is nearly quadriplegic from end-stage Lou Gehrigs disease but his mind is clear and his rhetoric charismatic.

There is only one potential obstacle: his undying devotion to his feisty daughter.The doctors plan is to psychologically manipulate the patient into believing it is his own idea to volunteer for and perform Physician-Assisted Suicide on video.

His assistant, a male nurse and former terrorist interrogator, wants instead to threaten the patients daughter.When Ben discovers their deception, the young doctor she is dating becomes her only hope...The couples desperate attempts to save Bens life, and then their own lives, lead them into a maze of end-of-life ethics and physician bias.

As they emerge, they learn how a fathers love can transcend even death itself.



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