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Betty and George Coumbias were a Canadian married couple who sought to become the first husband and wife to complete simultaneous suicides with legal authorization. They were featured in John Zaritsky's 2007 documentary, The Suicide Tourist.[1][2] Although assisted suicide is illegal in Canada, they hoped to end their lives with the approval of the government of Switzerland.

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Legalization of Euthanasia | Critical Thinking
Maintaining life support systems against the patient's wish is considered unethical by law as well as medical philosophy. There was the case in relation to George and Betty Coumbias, two 73-year-old British Columbia residents. George suffers ...
Author: jessica hanita  (9 Jan 2013)

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Should Death Penalty be Abolished? | Critical Thinking
Maintaining life support systems against the patient's wish is considered unethical by law as well as medical philosophy. There was the case in relation to George and Betty Coumbias, two 73-year-old British Columbia residents. George suffers ...
Author: jessica hanita  (3 Jan 2013)

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Effect of Stress in Weight Gain and Cardiovascular System ...
There was the case in relation to George and Betty Coumbias, two 73-year-old British Columbia residents. George suffers from serious heart disease; Betty was healthy. But in Betty's words, "I don't think I can face life without [George], and ...
Author: jessica hanita  (21 Dec 2012)

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What Grey's Anatomy Didn't Teach Me: Physician-Assited ...
The thing that struck me the most this week was the story of George and Betty Coumbias. This story did not sit as well with me as the story of Craig Ewert. This is because although the whole idea of their story was romantic and it belongs in a ...
Author: Rachel Bowker  (8 Nov 2011)

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