http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/article2019734.ece OK, synopsis, then question: Man is dying from paralyzing nervous system disease (sounded alot like ALS--Lou Gehrig's--to me). He decides to end it all by drinking a lethal sedative coctail. (He did this in Switzerland, where it is legal). His reasoning: he didn't want to die, but he didn't want to, as he put it, become completely paralyzed, and be a "a living tomb ." OK, questions: What do you think of it being televised? Would you be tempted to commit suicide if you had a horrible disease? I think televising it causes nothing but problems. I must admit...I think it would be wrong to do so, but I could see myself fighting the temptation of suicide if I were diagnosed with something such as Alzheimer's. It's more with me that I am a very independent person, and I would hate to become the burden I know I would. Like I said, I don't think it would be right, but that would be my struggle.