Brave New World

McGovern, Celeste
March 1999
Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;03/15/99, Vol. 26 Issue 12, p37
Reports on a number of news items on social issues from around the world. Plans by Philip Nitschke to establish a Voluntary Euthanasia Advisory Clinic in Melbourne, Victoria; Expectations that Danco Group will be marketing the abortion drug RU-486 in the United States during 1999; Warnings issued to tourists in California about violent incidents directed at several surfers who have been assaulted with surfboards.


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