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British Court of Protection Decides Another Medical Futility Case

Perhaps nowhere in the world other than the UK is there a more developed body of published, reasoned jurisprudence on when clinicians can stop life-sustaining treatment over family objections.

In In re O, the 58-year old patient suffered a severe hyp…

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