A 3D-printed death chamber will take you out of this cold, dark world

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Physician-assisted suicide is a controversial topic, but that hasn't stopped the ceaseless march of technology from innovating the practice, which remains illegal in most of parts of the world. 

Case in point: The Sarco machine, a 3D-printed pod that aims to give terminally ill and depressed patients a painless way to end their lives under the watchful eyes of a doctor. The tech is the brainchild of Dr. Philip Nitschke, an Australian physician based in the Netherlands and staunch proponent of "end of life choices" who founded advocacy group Exit International. Read more...

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