My son, my sorrow: the tragic tale of Dr. Kevorkian's youngest patient

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subject_facet Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis -- Patients -- United States -- Biography, Assisted suicide -- United States -- Case studies, Right to die -- United States -- Case studies, Terminally ill -- United States -- Biography
title_display My son, my sorrow : the tragic tale of Dr. Kevorkian's youngest patient
title_full My son, my sorrow : the tragic tale of Dr. Kevorkian's youngest patient / Carol Loving
title_short My son, my sorrow :
title_sub the tragic tale of Dr. Kevorkian's youngest patient