Stephen Hawking recently revealed to the BBC that he would consider assisted suicide under certain circumstances.
Stephen Hawking has dedicated his life to advancing science while suffering from an aggressive degenerative disease.
He recently revealed to in a BBC interview that he would consider assisted suicide under certain circumstances.
Hawking said, “To keep someone alive against their wishes is the ultimate indignity. I would consider assisted suicide only if I were in great pain or felt I had nothing more to contribute but was just a burden to those around me.”
The 73-year-old physicist also clarified that at this time he has no such plans, proclaiming, "I am damned if I'm going to die before I have