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Begging for death

By Guardian Exclusive
07 May 2018   |   2:14 pm
An Australian scientist has embarked on a trip to Switzerland to end his life through assisted suicide. Goodall, who was made a Member of the Order of Australia for his scientific work, lived a quiet life in the western city of Perth.

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