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END OF LIFE MEDICAL DECISIONS
Dying, Demented and Alone
Physician on faculty at Harvard and Massachusetts General Hosp...
Some hospitals have taken to internal decision-making protocols in which ethics committees collaborate with providers to make decisions. But often these mechanisms are not readily available to make a decision when one is needed.
Defining Death: Four Decades of Ambivalence
American Anthropological Association
Advancing Knowledge, Solving Human Problems
The case of Jahi McMath, the 13-year-old girl declared brain dead at Children's Hospital Oakland on Dec. 12, is but the most recent example of a 40-year-old national perplexity and the controversy that it is capable of unleashing.
Why I Trust A Friend With The Most Important Decision Of My Life
A Million Questions That Need To Be Asked Of Our Aging Parents
Rev. Dr. Martha R. Jacobs
Author, 'A Clergy Guide to End of Life Issues'
One of the Ten Commandments is to "obey" our parents. Well, what happens when we think that it is not in their best interest to continue living where they are living or we feel it is unsafe, and they disagree with us?
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