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Four terminally-ill people chose to end their lives using this machine. It gave them a lethal dose of drugs after they answered "yes" to a series of questions on the lap-top screen. This procedure was legal in Australia's Northern Territory between 1995 and 1997.

Photographed in the Science Museum, London, on 02-Jan-06.

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