Elaine Feuer has worked in the medical division of Little, Brown & Company, and freelanced as a research and development coordinator for a variety of film and television projects. While researching clinical studies for an AIDS documentary, she learned about the FDA's suppression of treatments for AIDS and other serious illnesses. Outraged by the FDA's abuse of its powers, ELAINE utilized the skills obtained in achieving HISTORY AND CRIMINOLOGY DEGREES from the University of Toronto to research and write Innocent Casualties.
For people who are suffering from a terminal or incurable illness, the option of a peaceful passing is the issue at the forefront of modern society. Assessing the quality of life, and allowing patients who suffer from debilitating pain and dependence on others to gently leave this life, gives people a dignified alternative. Learn what you need to know about end-of-life decisions.