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‘Tutu came to my rescue’ – right-to-die advocate Sean Davison on his new book, The Price of Mercy

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Prof Sean Davison Meeting Archbishop Tutu to seek his support for the law-change campaign in June 2012. (Photo: Supplied)
Prof Sean Davison Meeting Archbishop Tutu to seek his support for the law-change campaign in June 2012. (Photo: Supplied)

BOOK: The Price of Mercy by Sean Davison

For more than a decade, right-to-die advocate Professor Sean Davison has been championing the cause for the legalisation of voluntary euthanasia in South Africa. Having just served time under house arrest for premeditated murder, the UWC professor opens up about his advocacy journey, the toll it's taken on his family, and why he remains unwavering in his campaign to change the law, all of which are all detailed in his new book, The Price of Mercy.

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