Jack Kevorkian (born 1928) became known as "Dr.Death," in part, because he assisted many people in committing suicide. Kevorkian considered the right to die to be a basic personal right, having nothing to do with government laws. He felt there could be a time when a suffering person may choose death and that physicians should be allowed to assist.
If you’ve been poisoned, you’ll need medical attention right away. But it will be important for you to give the doctor the correct information about whether you’ve been exposed to poison or venom. Keep reading to learn the difference between these types of toxins and to see helpful lists of examples.