Dr. Jack Kevorkian, also known as "Dr. Death," passed away today at age 83. He most notably made headlines over his controversial stance on physician-assisted suicide. Here are some of our most memorable moments involving Kevorkian...
'I helped more than 130 people die' - In April 2010, Dr. Jack Kevorkian tells CNN's Anderson Cooper about having to perform his first assisted suicide in a van.
'Life is not a gift' – Back in June 2010, CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta talked to Dr. Kevorkian about his pessimistic attitude toward life and not wanting to have been born.
'It's a medical service' - In 1999, Kevorkian delivered his own closing arguments in his second-degree murder trial in the case of Thomas Youk, who had Lou Gehrig's Disease. Kevorkian filmed Youk's assisted suicide in 1998.
Playing 'Dr. Death' - During the red carpet premiere for "You Don't Know Jack" in April 2010, actor Al Pacino talks about playing Kevorkian on screen and how he's "misunderstood."