Jane Hardin's Suicide Case

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Hardin and his wife Jane believed that an individual should have the freeedom to decide the time they will die. Both of them committed suicide in September 2003. Hardin, who suffered from a heart disorder, and his wife Jane, who suffered from Lou Gehrig 's disease, were members of End-of-Life Choices, formerly known as the Hemlock Society, and believed in individuals choosing their own time to die. They committed suicide in their Santa Barbara home in September 2003, shortly after their 62nd wedding anniversary. He was 88 and she was 81.
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