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Oregon's Death With Dignity Act: 2008 Annual Report

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Official report on the implementation of physician-assisted suicide in Oregon in 2008

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Oregon’s Death with Dignity Act (DWDA), enacted in 1997, allows doctors to supply lethal drugs to terminally ill and mentally capable patients who request them for purposes of suicide. The Oregon Public Health Division is required by the DWDA to collect information on the operation of the Act and to issue annual reports.

The report on Calendar Year 2008 may be accessed here.

Previous annual reports documenting the practice of physician-assisted suicide in Oregon can be accessed below:

Oregon's Death With Dignity Act: 2007 Annual Report

Oregon's Death With Dignity Act: 2006 Annual Report

Oregon's Death With Dignity Act: 2005 Annual Report

Oregon's Death With Dignity Act: 2004 Annual Report

Oregon's Death With Dignity Act: 2003 Annual Report

Oregon's Death With Dignity Act: 2002 Annual Report

Oregon's Death With Dignity Act: 2001 Annual Report

Oregon's Death With Dignity Act: 2000 Annual Report

Oregon's Death With Dignity Act: 1999 Annual Report

Oregon's Death With Dignity Act: 1998 Annual Report

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