» In the first seven years of Oregon's Death With Dignity law, about one-tenth of 1 percent of all deaths in the state resulted from physician-assisted suicide, according to William Colby, legal expert on right-to-die issues. An article on Page A5 Friday
gave an incorrect figure of one-tenth of deaths.
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