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The Age reported on Beverley Broadbent who said she made a rational decision to commit suicide and wanted to stimulate debate about whether elderly people should be able to access lethal medication to take their own life. She said she believed it was a taboo topic that many people quietly thought about and discussed behind closed doors.
Margaret Tighe questions whether there can be such a thing as 'rational suicide' and says The Age's report was insulting to elderly people.
"We have to make them feel valued and even though some of them are missing out, it's no solution to kill them. It's the Final Solution," she said referring to the Nazi plan to murder Jewish people.
"We shudder when we think of what they did to their own citizens."