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The British-born Amazonian cowboy gave it all up to devote his life to providing free healthcare for millions of uninsured Americans.  Simon Usborne hears his extraordinary story

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Right to die: There were times when I would have ended my life if it were legal – coming out the other side I'm glad it wasn't

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