Precedent autonomy should be respected in life-sustaining treatment decisions — Hebron and McGee 40 (10): 714 — Journal of Medical Ethics

We refute the notion that it is the role of the court to prolong life insofar as it can and argue that withholding and withdrawing life sustaining technologies from patients in a minimally conscious state can be ethically justified.

via Precedent autonomy should be respected in life-sustaining treatment decisions — Hebron and McGee 40 (10): 714 — Journal of Medical Ethics.

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