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Jack Kervorkian was born May 28 1928 in a small suburb of Detroit Michigan As he was growing up Kervorkian dreamed of training under Jack Graney to be a radio baseball broadcaster His parents wanted him to pursue a more promising career Kervorkian was an average kid and he played normal kiddy games Kervorkian was bored with school but he read vigorously His childhood friend Richard Dakesian once said that Kervorkian should have graduated high school at the age of 13 or 14 Kervorkian graduated in 1945 from Pontiac High School at the age of 17 He then received his undergraduate from the University of Michigan and then went on to University of Michigan Medical School and graduated in 1952 Kervorkian continued his residencies at Pontiac General Detroit Receiving and University of Michigan Medical Center In 1958 Kervorkian drove to the Ohio State Penitentiary to ask inmates on death row if he could experiment on dead bodies Only one answered Kervorkians request and gave him full rights to his body When questioned by others in the medical field Kervorkian replied it would be a unique privilegeto be able to experiment on a doomed human being The publicity from the death row experiments caused embarrassment for the University of Michigan The head of pathology asked Kervorkian to drop his research Kervorkian left University of Michigan and returned to Pontiac General At Pontiac General the rules were more loose and Kervorkian could get away with transfusing the blood from corpses into patients Kervorkian practiced this method until he thought he had poisoned a colleague when he had fed her veins the blood of a freshly dead intoxicated girl The colleague had tasted the liquor in her mouth even though the blood was coming in through an IV In the 60s Kervorkian took an adult education class in oil painting While the domestic engineers painted their family pets and clowns Kervorkian painted harsh portraits of mutilated body parts
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