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Assisted-Suicide Advocate Kevorkian's Papers Open to Public

A University of Michigan library has acquired the papers of assisted-suicide advocate Dr. Jack Kevorkian and is making them publicly available. The Ann Arbor school says Tuesday that Ava Janus, Kevorkian's niece and sole heir, donated the collection, which spans from 1911 to 2014. Terrence McDonald, director of the Bentley Historical Library, says in a statement that the papers "will allow scholars and students to understand the context of and driving forces in an interesting...

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