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Sean Davison's Last Waltz   


 Sean Davison finished serving a 3-year house arrest on June 20, 2022, for three premeditated murder charges. The acclaimed euthanasia advocate assisted these men, in excruciating pain, to gently leave this life.                   

The Last Waltz: Love, Death & Betrayal by Sean Davison, is an enthralling new memoir that tells the heartbreaking story of what happens when patients who are suffering do not have the option of assisted death. The Last Waltz is the story of an extraordinary love between a terminally-ill mother and son, and how their informed decisions lead to unforeseen consequences: A sister betrays her brother; a son is charged with murder; Archbishop Desmond Tutu requests bail; igniting a public debate about voluntary euthanasia and the right to die.  
  Nobel Peace laureate Archbishop Desmond Tutu: If a person says they want to sleep, why should we deny them?"

  "When my time comes, I want the option of an assisted death... Dying people should have the right to choose how and when they leave Mother Earth."

Assisted Suicide and the Death that Divided Sean Davison's Family
The Sidney Morning Herald
By Peter Munro, September 17, 2016

 "I will be informing the police that you murdered our mother."

   Sean Davison received the single-line email at 1pm on Wednesday, May 28, 2008, 19 months after the funeral. He hadn't seen his sister Mary since they had posed for a photograph together in front of the coffin, which they helped paint in the bright colours, black cats and beaches so loved by their mum.

   "I've had enough, this is not life," Patricia, 85, had repeatedly told her four adult children from her sick bed in late 2006. Cancer had spread to her lungs, liver and brain. Patricia – a former GP and psychiatrist who loved painting and dancing – was in constant pain and desperate to die. She jokingly asked to be drowned in Otago Harbour, which she could see from her home near Dunedin, on New Zealand's South Island.

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WELCOME to Blue Danube Publishing and Chaya's Angels: A Spiritual Journey with Down Syndrome, co-written by Chaya Ben Baruch and Elaine Feuer. It is Chaya's and my aspiration for the reader to appreciate the uniqueness and joy of raising children with Downs, and to open the hearts of people, across the Globe. 
























         Traveling In and Out of Heaven, is the story of my brother’s five-month battle against esophageal cancer, encompassing: the profound love between a brother and sister as they struggle with the torment of an unbearable illness; the love and support of family and friends; and the treacherous betrayal of a daughter. She exploited her next-of-kin status, threatening to end Allan’s life when he still had a chance of surviving, to inherit his Life Insurance Trust.  And then she did the unspeakable. It is with heartfelt forewarning, that I advise readers to ascertain end-of-life options, to avoid the adjunct anguish that engulfed my life as my brother’s medical proxy (which he had inadvertently forgot to sign), and as Executor of his Estate. The poignant and agonizing issues in this narrative are circumstances that readers could encounter at some point in their lifetime: an unsigned medical proxy; next-of-kin power over medical decisions; life support; and a duplicitous legal petition. Join me on this journey of love, heartbreak, and malevolence. Once you start reading, you won’t be able to stop!


     Welcome to the 2018 Updates Edition for To Gently Leave This LifeFor 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. Five years ago, when I was researching and writing the first edition of To Gently Leave This Life, I anticipated many more states and countries to have enacted assisted dying legislation by now. Only six states and the District of Columbia have passed Death With Dignity laws. Only one more country, Canada, has legalized voluntary euthanasia. 

         All books are available for purchase under Shop: in Paperback, PDF for computers, MOBI for Kindle eBook Readers, EPUB for iBook Readers and other eBook readers such as Google Play Books. I hope Blue Danube Publishing serves as an instrument to further enhance your life, your insights, and all your options regarding health care and end-of-life decisions.      

Elaine Feuer

July 2022







































































































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      Elaine speaking at the World Federation of

         Right to Die Societies, in Chicago 2014.

               To Gently Leave This Life  (2018)

To Gently Leave this Life is rated 5.0 out of 5 stars for Medicine & Nursing Books on Amazon/Kindle.

Assisted Death Legal In:
Oregon, Montana, Washington,  Colorado, District of Columbia, California, Canada, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg


               Traveling In and Out of Heaven
He tells me, he's traveling, in and out of heaven,
I know it, I tell him, he's la creme de la creme.
He tells me, he has years of more living to do,
 I know it, he shows it, for everyone to view.
He tells me, it's been such a meandering road,
I know it, we're fighting, to win this unfair war.
He tells me, he's tired, and may be ready to go,
I know it, I tell him, yet I still need him so.
He tells me, he'll keep battling, alongside of me,
I know it, I tell him, he will soon be set free.
He tells me, he's traveling, in and out of heaven,
I know it, I tell him, he's la creme de la creme.
Innocent Casualties: The FDA's War Against Humanity, is now available in its 4th edition as an eBook.


      On Fareed  Zakaria GPS  (Oct. 11th, 2015), Mr. Zakaria reported that the Economist Intelligent Unit (EIU) rated 80 countries by quality of death in 2015 and that the United Kingdom ranked #1 and the U.S. ranked #9. The EIU analyzed factors including: Palliative Care; Affordability; and Care, Quality & Levels of Community Engagement. Go to Innocent Casualties to learn more about the FDA and health care in the U.S.