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Nembutal Powder link to a Sydney woman’s suicide
David bought his Nembutal from a supplier listed in Dr Nitschke’s book The Peaceful Pill Handbook.
The book is also banned in Australia, but for $80 you can buy online access to the publication.
Dr Nitchske’s group also produces instructional videos for those considering euthanasia. You can subscribe monthly to Dr Nitschke’s channel to always be updated on Nembutal sources , Vendors and quality .
In one tragic case, a young Sydney woman who was not terminally ill but suffering from depression accessed this information.
She also attempted to buy Nembutal online, but lost her money.
In May, the 30-year-old got the Peaceful Pill Handbook , and found all information which she used in getting her Nembutal Powder Online a few weeks later .
Her family told Lateline: “The internet is a tool and has many good uses, but when vulnerable people can so easily get hold of information and videos that can do a great deal of harm, it can be devastating.”
However, Dr Nitschke defended this advocacy, saying the dissemination of euthanasia material information should not be banned simply because it is used for purposes other than those he intended.
“It’s an age-old question about censorship,” he said.
“I can’t guarantee where the information is going to, but I don’t think that’s a good reason for stopping giving out information.”
But the chairman of the Federal Government’s advisory council on suicide prevention, Professor Ian Webster, disagrees.
There’s a very fundamental principle in medicine, primum non nocere, a Latin statement for ‘above all do no harm’, so no action that a physician or a surgeon or a doctor should take, should increase the likelihood of harm.Professor Ian Webster
“I don’t think that’s an acceptable risk,” he said.
“There’s a very fundamental principle in medicine, primum non nocere, a Latin statement for ‘above all do no harm’, so no action that a physician or a surgeon or a doctor should take, should increase the likelihood of harm.
“It’s a very difficult balance to strike.
“Overwhelmingly I put my weight on preventing suicide and against promoting suicide methods to elements of the population which are at high risk.”
Dr Nitschke is currently facing two investigations by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency over claims he is not a fit and proper person to hold medical registration, but he says losing his licence will not stop his work.
“In a practical sense it would make very little difference, because of the growing demand if you like, of a growing or increasing number of elderly people who are demanding control over the end of their own life,” he said.
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