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Dr. Death may refer to:
- Wouter Basson (born 1950), a South African cardiologist and former head of the country's secret chemical and biological warfare project known as Project Coast, during the Apartheid era
- James Grigson (1932–2004), an American psychiatrist who testified in more than 100 trials that resulted in death sentences
- Aribert Heim (1914–1992), an Austrian doctor and one of the world's most wanted Nazi war criminals
- Jack Kevorkian (1928–2011), an American physician who assisted terminally ill people to commit suicide during the 1990s
- Josef Mengele (1911–1979), a German doctor and infamous Nazi war criminal also known as the "Angel of Death"
- Philip Nitschke (born 1947), an Australian physician who campaigned for legal assisted suicide and subsequently assisted four people in doing so
- Jayant Patel (born 1950), an Indian-born American surgeon who was accused of gross negligence whilst working at Bundaberg Base Hospital in the Australian state of Queensland
- Maxim Petrov (born 1965), a Russian doctor and serial killer
- Pornthip Rojanasunand (born 1955), a Thai forensic pathologist
- Harold Shipman (1946–2004), a British general practitioner and most prolific serial killer in British history
- Gunther von Hagens, a German doctor who has a collection of dead bodies.
- Christopher Duntsch, an American neurosurgeon convicted of aggravated assault for harmful surgeries he performed.
- Gerard Steenson (1957–1987), a North Irish leader of the IPLO organisation
- "Dr. Death" Steve Williams (1960–2009), an American wrestler
- Dave Fennell (born 1952), a Canadian football defensive lineman
- Skip Thomas (1950–2011), an Oakland Raiders Cornerback and member of the "Soul Patrol"
- Eric Pianka (born 1939), a professor of biology at University of Texas at Austin known for his misreported advocacy of the killing of 90% of the human population with microbes
- Evan Harris (born 1965), a British Liberal Democrat politician referred to as Dr. Death for his views on abortion and euthanasia
- Fred Leuchter, an American Holocaust denier, got the name as the country's only legal supplier of execution equipment and training.
- Doctor Death (comics), villain in early Batman comics
- Doctor Death (magazine), a pulp magazine in 1934–35 featuring a villainous character of that name
- Dr. Death, a 2000 novel by Jonathan Kellerman
- Dr. Death, a living marionette prominently featured in Retro Puppet Master
- "Dr. Death," a fictional horror movie character played by Vincent Price in the 1974 horror film Madhouse
- Leslie "Dr. Death" Krunchner, an American football linebacker portrayed by actor Donald Gibb in the HBO sitcom 1st & Ten, which ran from 1984–1991
- Dr. Death (TV series), a 1945 television mini-series
- "Doctor Death," a fictional movie character played by Wesley Snipes in The Expendables 3
- Mr Death (disambiguation)
- Mr. Death: The Rise and Fall of Fred A. Leuchter, Jr., a 1999 documentary film by Errol Morris on the subject of Holocaust denial
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