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  • I wanted Eriq LaSalle to call Dr. Kevorkian, quick.

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  • You have called Dr. Kevorkian and decided to shut it down.

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  • Still, if the track isn't yet calling Dr. Kevorkian, that number remains on speed dial.

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  • While you're on the phone, call Dr. Kevorkian for some of these fans.

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  • The family will go and tell everyone that "Dr. Kevorkian" let poor momma die.

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  • The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak publicly about the case, said officers posing as patients were able to easily get prescription medications from Abrams based on bogus notes signed with names including "Dr. Kevorkian," "Dr. Pepper" and "Dr. Dre."

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  • Granted, Nurse Ratched is a mythic and hated figure in the pantheon of film and modern literature, yet do we see doctors eschewing their well-earned title due to historical figures such as Dr. Kevorkian or Dr. Mengele (of Auschwitz fame)?

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  • Dr. Kevorkian was convicted of second-degree murder in 1999 after he encouraged CBS's "60 Minutes" to broadcast a tape of himself injecting a lethal cocktail of drugs into a former accountant suffering from Lou Gehrig's disease.

    Pathologist Led One-Man Crusade for Euthanasia

  • "The last thing Janet Adkins said was, 'You just make my case known,'" Dr. Kevorkian told the Associated Press.

    Pathologist Led One-Man Crusade for Euthanasia

  • Dr. Kevorkian began developing his suicide machine in the late 1980s and in 1990 first used it to administer a mixture of sodium pentothal and potassium chloride to Janet Adkins, a 54-year-old victim of Alzheimer's disease who pressed the button on the machine herself.

    Pathologist Led One-Man Crusade for Euthanasia

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