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Brain Death Rejected: Expanding Legal Duties to Accommodate Religious Objections

I posted a revision of “Brain Death Rejected: Expanding Legal Duties to Accommodate Religious Objections.”  

This is chapter 22 in a forthcoming volume from Cambridge University Press: Law, Religion, and American Healthcare. This volume is a product of last year’s annual conference at the Harvard Law Petrie-Flom Center.

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