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600 Days of Death – Jahi McMath

DocBastard posts some good thoughts on brain death and the Jahi McMath case by Cory Franklin, a retired ICU physician from Cook County Hospital in Chicago.  Franklin had a shorter version of his remarks in the San Francisco Chronicle.

“Any time you have a diagnosis with an outlier, it’s a good idea to review your original assumptions. In this case our assumptions about what brain death actually is.”

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